Malcolm commenced his career in the law in March 1962 when he commenced employment with the Queensland Justice Department as a Clerk in the Court House at Oakey Queensland. Various postings followed throughout Queensland. Malcolm qualified as a Clerk of the Court and Mining Registrar in 1963, as a Stipendiary Magistrate and Mining Warden in 1967 and as a Solicitor in 1969.
Malcolm was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in May 1973. He was then Clerk of the Court at Cunnamulla, Queensland. Shortly after that he resigned his employment with the Queensland Justice Department and accepted a position as a Solicitor at Carvosso & Winship Dalby. Malcolm was admitted into the partnership on 1st July 1974 and became Senior Partner on the retirement of Mr Ross Walker in July 1996.
Malcolm exited the Carvosso & Winship partnership on 30th June 2008 and is currently Consultant to the Firm.
Malcolm for many years had an active involvement in Apex and various Dalby sporting bodies. Malcolm and his wife Janet (Hall) live in Dalby. They have two adult daughters who live in Brisbane.
Malcolm has a grazing property at Broadwater near Dalby and has a passion for breeding Poll Hereford cattle.
Over the years Malcolm has practiced in most areas of the law but now confines his practice to Wills and Succession, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Civil and Criminal Litigation and Agri-business matters (including sales of grazing properties and farms, leasing of rural properties) and other rural issues.
You may contact Malcolm directly by telephone on 07 4662 2033 or alternatively by email on Laurenc@carwin.com.au