Josh Liddle


Joshua joined Gilshenan & Luton in 2019 and represents clients in all areas of criminal law and professional misconduct law.

After graduating in 2013, Joshua worked as a Judge’s Associate and subsequently practised in a health law team, acting for medical practitioners and their insurers in professional misconduct, medical negligence, employment, coronial, and other proceedings. 

Joshua has assisted clients in matters including:

He has published articles in the Australian Health Law Bulletin and presented at the Australian Medical Association’s private practice conference on privacy law.

Outside the office, Joshua enjoys reading books and watching movies.

Recent articles by Josh

Cardinal George Pell trial High Court of Australia

The trial and acquittal of Cardinal George Pell

After two trials, an appeal, and more than 400 days in prison, Australia’s highest-ranking Catholic clergyman, Cardinal George Pell, was acquitted of his alleged crimes by the High Court of Australia. This article will look at the factors that led to this final decision in Australia’s highest court.
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Court operations during COVID-19 in Queensland

COVID-19 and the operation of the criminal law courts in Queensland

The work of courts in Queensland has changed rapidly to adapt to the need to reduce physical contact and contain the spread of COVID-19. Physical attendance is being minimised through re-organising the court calendar and using technology to conduct court hearings remotely.
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