Greg Barns practices in the areas of Criminal law and Administrative Law. He appears for defendants in criminal trials in the Magistrates and County Courts, as well as advising and appearing in criminal appeals. Acts for asylum seekers in applications and appeals before the Federal Magistrates Court and the Federal Court. Also practices in the areas of discrimination and occupational licensing and advises and appears for prisoners in Administrative Law cases. Greg is also a member of the Tasmanian Bar and the Western Australian Bar. Greg teaches Jurisprudence in the RMIT University JD Program.