Before coming to the Bar, Llewellyn was a solicitor at several leading mid-tier firms in Sydney and Brisbane practicing in their liability insurance and corporate recovery teams. In his varying capacities, Llewellyn’s responsibilities included the management of high volume recovery actions and large scale multi party disputes.
At the Bar, Llewellyn has a broad civil practice that encompasses commercial law, personal and corporate insolvency law, professional negligence law, succession law, family law, construction law, employment law, liability insurance law and personal injury law, both Queensland and New South Wales.
Llewellyn has appeared on trials and applications in all state courts of Queensland and New South Wales, the civil and administrative tribunals of Queensland and New South Wales and the Supreme Courts of Queensland and New South Wales. He has appeared as junior counsel on appeals to the intermediate appellate courts of Queensland and New South Wales.
On numerous occasions, Llewellyn has represented parties at mediation and in other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Llewellyn is admitted to the High Court of Australia.
Competition and consumer
Personal and corporate insolvency
Legal professional negligence
Medical professional negligence
Bar Association of Queensland
Bar Association of New South Wales
Bar Association of the Northern Territory
Caxton Legal Centre, Brisbane
Master of Banking and Finance Law, University of Melbourne
Master of Laws , University of Queensland
Bachelor of Arts, University of Sydney
Diploma of Law, University of Sydney (the Law Extension Committee) and the Legal Practitioners Admission Board NSW
Stuart v. Queensland Building and Construction Commission  QCA 115
Strange v. Turnbull  NSWSC 1363
Schefe v. Jetgo Australia Holdings Pty Ltd, unreported, District Court of NSW, 8 February 2018
Strange v Turnbull  NSWSC 898
Turnbull v. Strange  NSWCA 157
Real Estate Employers’ Federation v. Queensland Real Estate Industrial Organisation of Employers  FWC 188
McKenzie v Turnbull  NSWSC 364