Lochlan worrell supports clients to achieve commercial outcomes in a range of complex, business critical disputes.

As an associate in our Brisbane office and dispute resolution team, Lochlan supports our clients to achieve commercial outcomes in a range of complex, business critical disputes.

Lochlan understands that every business and dispute is unique, and that value is best delivered by truly understanding our clients’ objectives and industries. He understands that disputes can be both a commercial necessity to protect commercial interests, or an unwelcome distraction from simply getting on with business; and that a bespoke approach is required in each instance.

Lochlan is experienced in all stages of commercial disputes, from providing initial advice and preparing for and progressing proceedings, through to negotiating and finalising settlements. He has an established track record of developing strategies to secure commercial outcomes in both formal court proceedings and alternative dispute resolution processes.

Lochlan has advised multi-national corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises, and not-for-profit organisations in a range of commercial disputes, including complex contractual disputes, intellectual property disputes (including patent infringement), consumer disputes, and corporate insolvency and debt recovery.

Lochlan has also advised on the review of various government decisions by way of judicial review. Working closely with Moulis Legal’s international trade team, Lochlan has challenged decisions of the Anti-Dumping Commission, Anti-Dumping Review Panel, the Minister for Industry, and Australian Border Force.

Lochlan’s experience spans a range of Federal and State jurisdictions, including the Federal Court of Australia, and the Supreme and Magistrate Courts of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory. Lochlan has also supported clients on appeal to the Full Court of Australia and the High Court of Australia.

Lochlan was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in November 2020. He holds a Bachelor of Laws from Bond University, a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law and a Diploma of Commerce from Griffith College.

Lochlan maintains a network of commercial advisors outside of legal practice. He is an ambassador of the Brisbane Junior Chamber of Commerce, and regular attendee of other associations.

In his spare time, Lochlan enjoys getting off the beaten track. He has twice accepted the challenge of trekking the Everest region of the Himalayas, and recently travelled the remote Cape York region.



Bachelor of Laws (Hons)

Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice

Diploma of Commerce

Admission to roll of solicitors – Supreme Court of Queensland (since 2020)



Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards 2023, in the Dispute Resolution category