Bryce Douglas-Baker is a corporate and commercial barrister who advises and appears as counsel in a wide range of jurisdictions and areas of law, including building and construction, contracts, corporations, co-operatives, equity, family, property, and water law.
Bryce is a lecturer for the University of Sydney Law Extension Committee and is the unit of study coordinator for Commercial Transactions. Bryce has also worked as a lecturer and tutor for the Faculty of Law at the University of Technology Sydney, teaching Commercial Equity, Civil Procedure, Evidence, and Legal Ethics.
Prior to being called to the Bar, Bryce was a solicitor at Atanaskovic Hartnell, where he worked in corporate and commercial law, including mergers and acquisitions, advising some of Australia’s highest net worth individuals and some of Australia’s most iconic companies.
Before coming to the Law, Bryce taught English and Rhetoric at the University of Sydney, where he received a Doctor of Philosophy in English for his thesis titled, Virtue and Kingship in Chaucer’s Knight’s Tale.
Bryce has been awarded numerous academic prizes and scholarships, including the Aaron Levine Prize in Criminal Law at the University of Sydney (awarded to the most proficient student in Criminal Law, a compulsory subject for all law students at the University of Sydney) and the James Coutts Scholarship in English Language at the University of Sydney (awarded to the most outstanding undergraduate at the end of Third Year).
Bryce accepts briefs from solicitors and direct access briefs from in-house and government counsel.