Tin is a governance specialist with over ten years of experience in a variety of legal, commercial and court-related roles. He has been a member of the Victorian Bar since 2004 and has provided advice to a variety of public and commercial entities, including ASX listed companies, government agencies and government instrumentalities. He is also a member of the International Association For Court Administration (IACA).
Tin is currently working on a number of projects for the Courts division of the Victorian Department of Justice, where he has utilised his expertise in court governance and court administration. In this role he advises the Attorney-General and the Executive Director of Courts on policy matters affecting the operations of the courts and tribunals.
Tin’s key areas of professional interest and expertise include comparative court governance, court quality systems and the relationship between public administration and judicial administration. Tin has recently published a comparative study that critically analyses the models of court administration in seven Australian and international jurisdictions.
Tin has considerable experience in managing and implementing court-reform projects, including the recent implementation of the mental health court in the Magistrates' Court of Victoria (“the ARC List”), for which he received a Justice 2010 Award from the Department of Justice.
In 2008 and 2009, Tin was the lecturer of Comparative corporate governance theories at Victoria University Law School. During this period he published a highly regarded paper in the Melbourne University Law Review which critically analyses the regulation of governance of financial markets intermediaries in the USA, EU and Australia during the global financial crisis. He has contributed to public debate on these issues as an expert commentator on ABC Radio and the Conversation.