Joseph Braverman

I am a commercial litigator and have represented individuals and corporations predominately in the class actions and insurance law space.

Who I work with and what I do

I have assisted in the preparation of complex advices in relation to shareholder and consumer law class actions. These advices have considered issues relating to liability, quantum, and cross-border enforcement.

I have prepared complex advices in life insurance and home builder warranty insurance matters, drafted pleadings and prepared an array of other court documents.

Moreover, I have been involved in matters involving cyber security breaches.

I have instructed in the High Court of Australia, Supreme Court of Victoria, District Court of Western Australia and the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria. 

Where I studied

I have a Bachelor of Laws from Deakin University and I am completing a Master of Laws on a scholarship with Deakin University.

What I like to do

I enjoy watching Essendon and Manchester United. I also enjoy politics and reading. I am in a continuous process of collecting books for the purpose of building a substantial personal library. At the moment, I have collected over 1000 books. 

I am also on the LIV Young Lawyers Law Reform Committee and the Human Rights Sub-Committee. As part of the Law Reform Committee I monitor and undertake law reform projects and respond to calls for submissions on important areas of public policy and law reform.