Solicitor & Barrister
Danny Lagopodis has been practicing as a Lawyer since 1988 and specialises in areas of Criminal Law, Commercial and Business Law, Property and Coveyancing, Wills Probate and Estates and General legal practice.
Danny has extensive experience and a proven record of success in the practice for nearly 25 years. He has qualifications from the University of Wollongong and Macquarie University and holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Masters of Accountancy and Bachelor of Legal Studies degrees. He is admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court and the High Court of Australia.
Danny had extensive experience in other fields also having worked for the Australian Taxation Office a large Corporate Bank as a Financial Credit Analyst. He was also employed as a lecturer and tutor and was a previous fellow in the law faculty at Wollongong University for many years.
He has given presentations and speeches in various areas of the Law on behalf of the Law Society of NSW and Legal Aid Criminal and Children's the Criminal and Care matters for over 20 years.
Danny has appeared as advocate in many high profile cases ranging from local courts, District and Supreme Court, Family Court, Federal Court and the High Court.
Danny is fluent in the Greek language. He is highly motivated and dedicated in the practice of law and ensures that his clients achieve excellent results and solutions under the legal system.
Solicitor & Barrister
Aaron Kernaghan has appeared as legal counsel in the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, the NSW Supreme Court, District Court and Local Court and is renown for his approach and the strength of his in-court advocacy. Admitted to NSW Supreme Court (2000) and the High Court of Australia (2014).
Aaron been representing clients throughout New South Wales and the Eastern Coast of Australia since 2000 with outstanding results. He was admitted as a legal practitioner in 2000 and has practiced as a solicitor and barrister at law since.
Aaron's background in litigation and performing arts disciplines has provided him with the unusual insight of how to manage increasingly complex advising, liabilities and litigation in the arts sector in Australia, particularly where stars cross with the criminal justice system.
A tradition of excellence, ensuring only the highest quality service is applied with an understanding of the challenges and pressure that comes with every case. Aaron's knowledge of criminal law, as well as practice and procedure is steeped in long practice in the highest levels of criminal litigation for the state and for individuals charged by the state.
Aaron has taught law at the University of Wollongong, provided coaching and mentoring to countless junior lawyers and is one of the few solicitor advocates to have conducted jury trials in NSW (with an unmatched success ratio).
Aaron is a member of the Law Society of NSW, the Law Institute of Victoria (those two states peak professional body for legal practitioners) and the European Criminal Bar Association. He practices as a member of the Professional Standards Scheme of NSW operated by the Law Society of NSW.