Notable Past Members

Past Members

Jim Henry (now The Honourable Justice James Henry, Supreme Court of Queensland), formerly Consultant Crown Prosecutor for the Northern Region of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, joined Chambers in 2000.  James Henry has taken up the appointment and currently serves as the Far Northern Supreme Court Judge of Queensland.

Josephine Willis (now Judge Josephine Willis, Federal Circuit Court of Australia),  who joined Trinity Chambers in 1995 and enjoyed particular success in the Family Law jurisdiction, left Chambers on her appointment as the Federal Magistrate in Cairns, and currently serves on the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.

Dean Morzone (now Judge Dean P Morzone QC, District Court Judge, Qld), was a long standing barrister at Trinity Chambers primarily practicing Planning and Environmental law and mediations before taking up an appointment to the District Court in 2014.

Steven Bliim moved from Trinity Chambers in the mid-nineties to pursue a career at the Sydney Bar.  A few years later Andrew Sinclair, who founded a successful internet business while practising in Cairns, departed Trinity Chambers to pursue his computing interests. He has since returned to the law and is now at the Sunshine Coast Bar.

Paul Favell, a Cairns-bred and Brisbane-based Chamber colleague of Andrew Philp, commenced a presence as a de facto member of Trinity Chambers early in its history, a connection which continues to the present.

Dr Helen Sungaila, formerly an academic and Associate to Jones J, joined Chambers in 2003 and returned to academia in 2005.

Skye Jones (nee Growden) joined in 2011.

Andrew Sinclair, now practicing at the Bar in south east Queensland.