James Caldicott

Criminal Lawyer

James has developed an ability to assist clients in a straightforward, calm and professional manner to get the best result possible. Admitted as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of South Australia and High Court of Australia in 2012.

James completed a Bachelor of Laws at the University of South Australia and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the Law Society of South Australia. He was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of South Australia and High Court of Australia in 2012. 

Prior to his admission, James worked as a paralegal clerk, assisting our solicitors with criminal and civil matters. He also worked in the Legal Advice Clinic run by the University of South Australia, providing advice in all areas of law, including contractual disputes, criminal law and family law matters. In addition, James has undertaken work experience with the South Australian Solicitor-General in the Crown Solicitor’s Office and also the Department of Public Prosecutions.

James has competed in state and national negotiating and advocacy competitions. He has also participated in Australian Advocacy Institute workshops. In addition, he was previously the Equity and Education Officer for the Law Students Association at the University of South Australia.

Through his work with our solicitors, and his experience in the Legal Advice Clinic, James has developed an ability to assist clients in a straightforward, calm and professional manner.