Qualification(s): Hons LLB, BE (Hons)
Min Guo is an Associate in the Class Actions department. His main practice areas include corporate governance (especially market manipulation and misleading and deceptive conduct), cartels and negligence.
One of Min's current projects is a pro bono class action against the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection and the Commonwealth, for asylum seekers who have been injured by immigration detention on Christmas Island.
He has also had key roles in other significant litigation including the trials of the Kilmore East-Kinglake Black Saturday class action and the Amcor/Visy anti-cartel class action.
Min holds first-class honours in a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Adelaide. Prior to joining Maurice Blackburn, he worked as a management consultant, advising ASX 200 businesses on commercial strategy and public policy reform.
In 2001, Min was awarded a Centenary Medal in recognition of his work for the youth sector.