- Bachelor of Laws
- Master of Laws (Applied Law) – major in commercial litigation
- Bachelor of Commerce – major in accounting and taxation
- Admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Queensland
- Admitted to practice in the High Court of Australia
- Admitted to practice in the High Court of New Zealand
- Commercial Litigation
- Personal and Corporate Insolvency
- Debt Recovery
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Building and Construction Law
- Fraud Investigations
Mayura has over 9 years’ experience in the insolvency and legal industry. He has worked as an insolvency practitioner at an internationally renowned insolvency practice and various law firms in Brisbane prior to commencing with SLF Lawyers in 2016 as a Senior Associate, specialising in personal and corporate insolvency, debt recovery and commercial litigation matters. He advises on a variety of commercial and corporate disputes, including contractual disputes, consumer law, shareholder disputes and disputes pursuant to the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and related corporate legislation.
Mayura has a unique ability to proactively identify and pursue post-insolvency actions including voidable transaction and insolvent trading claims. He regularly acts for and against administrators, receivers, liquidators and bankruptcy trustees in a wide range of insolvency matters. He regularly appears in the federal jurisdiction and state courts in Queensland as advocate acting for plaintiffs and defendants alike. His clients have included publicly listed corporations, trade creditors, government agencies, and individuals. Mayura has a history of obtaining commercial results for his clients as a result of his pragmatic approach.
Mayura holds degrees in Law and Commerce in addition to a LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Commercial Litigation.
Mayura is admitted to practice in Queensland and the High Court of Australia as well as being admitted as a barrister and solicitor in the High Court of New Zealand.
Outside of work, Mayura enjoys reading and travelling. He is a keen cricketer and spends more time than his wife would like at The Gabba and Suncorp Stadium, taking in various sporting events.