Krishna Nand



Krishna is a lawyer in the Government Division at McCabes. He specialises in intentional tort and personal injury claims, in context of historical abuse matters that are both litigated and non-litigated before the District and Supreme Courts of NSW.

Krishna holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from The University of Sydney, and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from Macquarie University and was admitted as a Lawyer of the Supreme Court of NSW in 2021.

Krishna is passionate about working closely with his clients and approaching all work with diligence, and in a time-efficient manner for the various Government departments he is assigned with. Outside the Law, Krishna is passionate for developing his client-relationship building skills through his work in photography.

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