Warwick 'Rick' Korn is a founder and principal of Korn MacDougall Legal.
His clients can expect to receive the highest quality legal advice, service and protection.
Warwick is qualified to practise in the Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court and the High Court of Australia. His experience in every aspect of criminal law has seen him lead the defence in many of Australia's highest profile cases.
Warwick's practise also encompasses civil litigation in NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal (NCAT), Health Care complaints Commission (HCCC) and the Federal Circuit Court. He also appears regularly in Australian and NSW Crime Commission proceedings.
Warwick has unique experience in appearing for Australian citizens charged before international Courts in trial, appellate and extradition proceedings.
Warwick specialises in white collar and corporate crime. He has advised and appeared in numerous Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC) matters, in addition to Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) and Australian Tax Office (ATO) prosecutions.
The law on bail is an area of particular expertise for Warwick and he is regularly retained to appear in the courts most complex release applications. Warwick is a determined and unwavering advocate of a citizen's right to liberty until their case is heard.
In addition to courtroom advocacy, Warwick is a passionate ambassador for mental health awareness and reform. Currently he is a Committee member for The Banksia Project whose mission is the empowerment of mental health and suicide prevention.