Malcolm is an Australian-qualified construction lawyer with extensive experience in both contentious back-end and non-contentious front-end matters.
Malcolm has acted for principals and contractors in international arbitrations under leading institutional rules, including ICC and UNCITRAL, and has advised on complex legal, engineering and construction issues arising on large-scale infrastructure and resource projects. He has particular experience working closely with clients to develop and prepare claims for international arbitration.
Malcolm has also previously held a number of in-house roles, including most recently as General Counsel at a major national Australian construction and engineering contractor. He is familiar with drafting suites of contracts and advising on and negotiating contracting and commercial issues arising out of bespoke and international standard form contracts.
- Supreme Court of Western Australia (2013)
- College of Law Western Australia (Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice) (2013)
- Murdoch University (Bachelor of Laws & Bachelor of Commerce (Finance)) (2012)
- Zhengzhou University (Postgraduate Certificate in Chinese Law (in collaboration with Murdoch University)) (2012)