James Banh completed his combined Bachelor of Science majoring in Pharmacology and Bachelor of Laws at the University of NSW in 2015 with distinction. He completed specialist electives in areas including, discrimination law, forced migration and international law and insolvency.
Prior to joining Harmers, James interned at organisations such as the NSW Law Reform Commission.
Throughout his undergraduate degree, James actively participated in university life. He was a Law Society executive and a producer of the University of NSW Law Revue. He was also the recipient of the Academic Achievement Award.
In 2014, James joined Harmers as a summer law clerk and remained at Harmers throughout 2015 as a paralegal while he completed his final year of university. James was admitted as a solicitor by the Supreme Court of New South Wales in December 2016.
James works across all of the firm’s practice areas.