Mark Maloney holds a Bachelor of Laws and an Associate Degree in Policing with Charles Sturt University. He also holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and is currently studying a Master of Laws while working as a solicitor. Mark was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in 2018 and the High Court of Australia in 2019. He has appeared in Supreme, County, District and Magistrates’ Courts.
During his legal studies, Mark was awarded the Central West Law Society Prize for his studies in Professional Legal Conduct and was inducted in the Dean’s List of Academic Excellence in Law for 2017 and 2018 academic years.
Mark has a wealth of practical experience working with the NSW Police, in addition to legal work for a mid-tier commercial law firm and a Newcastle-based criminal law practice. During his time with the NSW Police he was awarded a NSW Government Service medal for work carried out during the June 2007 Newcastle and Central Coast storms.
Mark’s experience has given him a deeper understanding of the problems vulnerable groups face, enabling him to provide more useful practical advice and solutions to his clients.
Mark has a keen interest in fitness and health.
Accreditations & Memberships
- Member of the Law Society of New South Wales
- Member of the Newcastle Law Society
- Member of the Criminal Law Committee