Arthur joined MurphySchmidt in 2015 as an Outside Clerk before expanding his role to Research Cadet in 2016. After finishing his law degree, Arthur undertook a supervised traineeship with the firm and was admitted as a Legal Practitioner in 2017.
Hard-working and enthusiastic, Arthur is committed to achieving the best possible outcome for his clients. He aims to minimise the impact the claims process has on his clients’ lives by keeping them fully informed about the progress of their claim and the issues involved in it.
After growing up in a small, community-minded town in regional Queensland, Arthur maintains a strong commitment to giving back to the community. He contributes generously to the firm's involvement with LawRight's Homeless Persons Legal Clinic and volunteers at the Red Cross Youth Night Café, which offers practical support for youth experiencing homelessness.
Arthur was previously a Student Mentor for the University of Queensland’s Office of Prospective Students and Student Equity, where he guided secondary school students from regional and low socio-economic backgrounds through their final years of schooling. He has also volunteered with the Queensland Aged and Disability Advocacy (QADA) and served with the Australian Army Reserve.