Admitted as a Barrister NSW
Associate to Justice Wilcox, Federal Court of Australia
Admitted as an Australian Lawyer, practising as a solicitor
As a barrister since 2012, Meher has a broad commercial litigation practice with focus areas in discrimination and employment law and intellectual property. Meher has a well-established government practice acting for Commonwealth, State and Local government in matters ranging from statutory interpretation, administrative law, regulatory matters, defending discrimination claims, defending trade mark determinations and assisting with investigations.
As a solicitor Meher worked in both private and government practice. As a senior litigator for the Australian Government Solicitor, Meher acted on a number of high-profile proceedings, which focused on Commonwealth enforcement action and included service to the ACCC, IP Australia, National Industrial Chemicals Notifications and Assessment Scheme, Department of Human Services and the Companies Auditors Liquidators and Disciplinary Board. Meher was seconded to the Arts Law Centre of Australia. In private practice, Meher’s focus areas were in commercial litigation and intellectual property disputes.
Meher was an associate to a Federal Court Judge, Justice Murray Wilcox (2005-2006).