Areas of expertise
- Commonwealth Superannuation
- Dispute Resolution
- Elder law
- Government Advisory
- Wills & Estates
Dominic Cookman is a member of Snedden Hall & Gallop’s migration team, advising and assisting clients in many areas relating to the Department of Immigration’s visa application processes. Dominic can take your call as a new visa applicant and guide you through the eligibility issues for various visas. He can assist you in collecting evidence in support of your visa application. Dominic is a registered migration agent (MARN 1789257) and a member of the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA).
Dominic is also a part of our Superannuation litigation and Wills, Estates & Elder Law teams. He conducts claims on behalf of government employees who were incorrectly advised about their superannuation entitlements.
He joined Snedden Hall & Gallop in January 2014 and is an efficient, personable and enthusiastic lawyer who was appointed as Senior Associate in December 2020.
Prior to entering private practice, Dominic enjoyed a successful career in the Australian Public Service. At various times he worked as a lawyer, policy officer and economist in agencies including ComSuper, the Attorney-General’s Department, the Department of Regional Australia and the Department of Finance.
Dominic graduated from the Australian National University with a Bachelor of Economics, Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws. He now tutors in Administrative Law at the ANU Faculty of Law. Dominic is available to give advice to individuals and organisations in relation to administrative and government legal issues as part of our Government Advisory team.
He currently sits on the board of the ACT Disability, Aged & Carer Advocacy Service. Dominic is a member of the ACT Law Society Inclusion & Diversity Committee, and is excited about the opportunity to contribute to the process of law reform in this area.
Areas of Expertise
- Migration advice
- Visa & citizenship applications
- Superannuation claims representation
- Administrative & government law
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