Nimrod Amanuel
Henry Mitchell
Law Graduate
Jiashu Wang
Law Graduate
Rachel Stower
Chris Lin
Eamonn Carpenter
Sam Poulsen
Joel Whale
Special Counsel

Ben Fisher

Special Counsel

Ben has over a decade of experience with a wide range of commercial disputes including acting for and against company directors in relation to business separation and director duties. He also has extensive experience with investigations arising from insolvency and regulators including ASIC.

Ben advises on formal restructuring and insolvency appointments for both practitioners and stakeholders. He is equally confident at driving outcomes through compulsory court processes as well as through an advisory role. His skillset is broad and applicable to a range of legal, commercial, regulatory and cultural issues. Ben has extensive experience acting for companies ranging from Australia’s largest banks and government departments to entrepreneur-led start-ups and partnerships.

Outside of work, Ben acts as a volunteer director for the Glebe Youth Service and plays saxophone in a big band.

Prior to joining Hamilton Locke, Ben worked at Norton Rose Fulbright and Henry Davis York. During that time, he undertook secondments in the disputes teams at NAB Wealth and AMP Limited.


Disputes; Litigation; Investigations; Insolvency; Restructuring


  • Best lawyers, Insolvency and Reorganisation law, Ones to watch, 2024 – 2025
  • Finalist of TMA Restructuring Case Study Competition 2023


  • Bachelor of International Studies (International Business), Bachelor of Laws (Honours) – UNSW
  • Overseas Study Program, ESSEC Business School – Paris, France
  • Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association (ARITA) Member
  • Admitted to practice in New South Wales


  • Conducted public examinations in the Federal Court and NSW Supreme Court for liquidators and receivers. Developed strategy and prosecuted claims for breaches of duties as officers of a corporation, voidable transactions, recovering millions for creditors.*


*The above representations were undertaken at previous firms.