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Special Counsel Kian Bone becomes Accredited Specialist in immigration law

09 November 2020 Communications & PR Executive Gavin Lower e: gavin.lower@mk.com.au d: 03 9208 9891 m: 0414 796 726
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Special Counsel Kian Bone has been become an Accredited Specialist in Immigration Law after being granted the recognition by the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV).

LIV Accredited Specialists must have at least five years’ practice experience and at least three years of experience in their specialisation.

They must also pass a rigorous examination process and maintain high standards of professional development.

Kian has been an immigration lawyer for more than 10 years, helping companies and individuals with their visa needs. He’s argued immigration matters in a range of jurisdictions, including the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Circuit Court and Federal Court.

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Special Counsel Kian Bone becomes Accredited Specialist in immigration law

09 November 2020 Gavin Lower e: gavin.lower@mk.com.au d: 03 9208 9891 m: 0414 796 726

Special Counsel Kian Bone has been become an Accredited Specialist in Immigration Law after being granted the recognition by the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV).

LIV Accredited Specialists must have at least five years’ practice experience and at least three years of experience in their specialisation.

They must also pass a rigorous examination process and maintain high standards of professional development.

Kian has been an immigration lawyer for more than 10 years, helping companies and individuals with their visa needs. He’s argued immigration matters in a range of jurisdictions, including the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Circuit Court and Federal Court.