Brett Sangster

Brett graduated from Duntroon in 1999, joining the Australian Intelligence Corps. As an intelligence officer he served in the Special Operations Command and the 1st Intelligence Battalion, deploying on numerous occasions on war-like operations. In 2007, Brett transferred to the Australian Army Legal Corps where he served with the Special Operations Command, Forces Command and finally, Headquarters 6th Brigade. In these roles, Brett deployed on numerous occasions to war-like operations in support of the Special Operations Task Group and was commended for his legal support in 2011 by Commander JTF633.

Brett is a partner with McCullough Robertson Lawyers, an Australian law firm, where he leads the Defence & National Security practice. Before undertaking this role, Brett was a GM and Project Director, including being part of the leadership team that delivered a complex Oil & Gas ‘mega’ project in central Queensland. Brett is a graduate of the University of Queensland (Law), Royal Military College, Duntroon, and the Australian Institute of Directors. He is admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland.

Brett has a sincere passion for helping defence personnel and veterans alike. He brings a unique perspective to the role of the Wandering Warriors Chair.

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