Phil Rennick has lived and worked in Townsville for over 25 years and has over 28 years involvement with the law. His qualifications include Bachelor of Laws, Former Barrister of the High Court of Australia, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of QLD and Solicitor of the High Court of Australia. Phil is and has been for over 10 years involved in Queensland University of Technology ‘s mentor program in two areas, Justice and Law. He also worked on developing legislation before it was introduced to Parliament and worked on legal issues relating to the high coverage extradition of Jayent Patel from the US.
Phil has extensive experience in Criminal and Family Law and can apply his experiences and knowledge to any legal problems. He possesses a broad range of experience representing clients in the Magistrates Court, District Court, Supreme Court and Court of Appeal. He ensures that complex legal problems are explained in easy to understand terms to all our clients. His down to earth manner, and incredibly persuasive advocacy skills are widely recognised and respected by Judges and Magistrates.He has dealt with a wide range of Commonwealth and Queensland offences including murder/manslaughter, drug trafficking, robbery, arson, serious assaults, sexual offences, dishonesty offences and traffic matters. He represents clients in Crime and Corruption Commission hearings and Supreme Court Bail Applications. Phil appears at summary hearings, contested bail applications and sentences in the Magistrates Court on criminal matters and domestic violence protection order applications.