Myles is a sought after junior barrister in a broad spectrum of matters that call upon his specialist expertise in constitutional law, administrative law, and statutory construction. He case load includes commercial litigation, class action proceedings, judicial review proceedings, intermediate and High Court appeals, and proceedings in the original jurisdiction in the High Court of Australia. In addition to contested matters, Myles is also regularly briefed by private and government clients in complex advice matters.
Myles is uniquely experienced. Prior to coming to the Bar, he was Counsel Assisting the Solicitor General and Crown Advocate in NSW, where he appeared in numerous cases for the State of NSW in superior courts, including the High Court, and was involved in the preparation of many significant and complex advice matters.
Prior to coming to the Bar, in addition to his role as Counsel Assisting the Crown Advocate, Myles worked as a solicitor at the NSW Crown Solicitor's office (in the criminal law, government, and constitutional and administrative law practice groups) and at Herbert Smith Freehills in the corporate mergers and acquisitions practice group. He was also the Researcher/Judicial Clerk to The Hon Justice Beazley AC QC in the NSW Court of Appeal.
Myles holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons I) and a Bachelor of Economic and Social Sciences from the University of Sydney, as well as a Masters of Laws from New York University.