December 10, 2023
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Mal Zraika, Cogent Lawyers

Mal Zraika, Cogent Lawyers

Mal Zraika is admitted as a Solicitor and Barrister to the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia and is the Principal of Cogent Lawyers. He is a member of the Law Society of New South Wales and the American Bar Association.

Mal Zraika is regularly engaged in various commercial, consumer, and administrative law matters at both Federal, and State levels. He has been involved with some high profile matters before the District Court, Supreme Court, the NSW Court of Appeal.  

In addition, Mal is one of only about 100 Solicitors in NSW to have successfully demonstrated through rigorous examinations, the legal knowledge and experience necessary to be accredited as a specialist in commercial litigation by the Law Society of NSW. He has extensive experience representing clients in Consumer Protection, Professional Negligence, Insurance, Commercial, Employment, Property and Equity Law matters.

Prior to being called to the legal profession in 2007, over a period of 20 years Mal developed and honed his expert knowledge in the automotive industry specialising in motor vehicle failures, diagnosis and repair. This unique skill set makes him amongst the most desirable lawyers to engage in consumer motor vehicle disputes. Accordingly, it is no surprise he is regularly specifically sought after, and engaged for this exclusive skill set by consumers in automotive lemon car disputes.

As an advocate, Mal brings to Cogent Lawyers a wealth of experience and provides a dynamic and hard-hitting edge needed to succeed in litigious matters. His philosophy is that an advocate with a strong grasp of the law, facts and issues of a case can and should champion their clients’ rights vigorously, fearlessly, professionally and strategically.

Give Mal a call today!

02 8379 1227
Level 21, 133 Castlereagh Street
Sydney 2000
Contact Email
New South Wales

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