Clerk: Alistair Coyne
Gilbert practices in all areas of commercial law, including all areas of intellectual property.
Gilbert holds a BSc (Advanced) (Chemistry) and LLB (Hons I) from Sydney University. He also holds a Master of Intellectual Property Law from Melbourne University, where he was awarded the Frank Pinkerton Scholarship for copyright law.
Before becoming a barrister, Gilbert worked as a solicitor for over 8 years at several pre-eminent law firms, including King & Wood Mallesons and Baker McKenzie, practising primarily in intellectual property. As a solicitor, Gilbert has acted in large-scale patents disputes, as well as in proceedings concerning trade marks, copyright, breach of confidence and misleading or deceptive conduct.
Gilbert is a member of the Intellectual Property Society of Australia & New Zealand and the Asian Australian Lawyers Association.
Gilbert also speaks Cantonese (conversational).