Access to Justice
Vince is an expert on class action litigation in Australia. He has practised as a solicitor with Clayton Utz, one of Australia's top five law firms, and taught in the law schools of Monash, Melbourne and Deakin universities.
Over the last twenty years, he has researched numerous aspects of the operation of class action regimes in Australia, Canada and the United States, including the first-ever empirical study of Australia's Federal and Victorian class action regimes.
Vince has been a consultant to the UK Government Equalities Office, the Hong Kong Law Reform Commission, the Federal Court of Australia, the Australian Research Council, the Law Reform Commission of Western Australia, and the Victorian Law Reform Commission. He is also a member of the Federal Court of Australia's Class Action Users Group.
Vince is a frequent media commentator. He has served as Australia's 'national reporter' at various international conferences and his publications have been relied upon by courts in Australia, Canada, the United States and New Zealand.