Grant Marjoribanks

Grant was a litigation partner of Herbert Smith Freehills for 20 years and headed the firm’s Chambers Band 1 anti-bribery and corruption practice.

Grant has substantial experience advising clients subject to regulatory investigations and proceedings. He is ranked as a Band 1 practitioner in anti-bribery and corruption by Chambers and as a leading individual in white collar crime by Legal 500. He has also been recognised as one of Australia’s leading regulatory enforcement lawyers by Benchmark Litigation, Doyle’s, Who’s Who Legal and Best Lawyers. Chambers describes him as ‘a heavy hitter in this space’, Legal 500 describes him as ‘stellar’ and Who’s Who Legal describes him as ‘a leading light in the Australian market who brings calmness and knowledge to investigations, anti-bribery and corruption proceedings and has an impressive understanding of commercial issues and solutions’.

Grant also has substantial experience as a commercial litigator. Chambers has described him as ‘an exceptional lawyer for bet the farm litigation’ and ‘a very clever, practical and commercial lawyer who will do everything he can to get his client the outcomes they need’.

Grant has been accredited under the National Mediation Accreditation System. He trained as a mediator at the Harvard Negotiation Institute and the Resolution Institute.