O’Brien Winter Partners Farewell Solicitor Bradley Gabb


O’Brien Winter Partners Farewell Solicitor Bradley Gabb


Bradley Gabb

O’Brien Winter Partners would like to extend their heart felt congratulations to solicitor Bradley Gabb, who has recently accepted a job opportunity with the DPP at Toronto Drug Court.

It is with mixed feelings that OWP therefore say goodbye and good luck to Brad. A feeling of sadness to see him go and yet happiness to see him move into a career which sparked his interest in Law in the first place.

OWP wish Brad all the very best of luck and greatest success in his new career!

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About Brad

Brad joined O’Brien Winter Partners as a Law Clerk whilst completing his Law degree at the University of Newcastle. During that time Brad was mentored by our principle Criminal Law Solicitor, Christopher O’Brien.

Email formerly brad@owplaw.com.au but you can reach us anytime at admin@owplaw.com.au

Prior to joining O’Brien Winter Partners, Brad gained extensive experience in the field of criminal investigations as a Detective Senior Constable with the NSW Police Force. Brad was stationed in Western Sydney, the North West of NSW and finished his career at Waratah Detectives. During that time Brad was involved in the investigation of major crimes and worked on Task Forces targeting specific areas of crime such as property, theft and fraud. With 15 year’s experience he gained an extensive knowledge of Police investigatory practices and Police procedures.

After leaving the Police Force, Brad worked as an investigator for the Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) conducting complex investigations to prevent the registration of re-birthed motor vehicles and repaired vehicles using stolen parts. During that time he worked extensively with Police organised crime units across the country.

Since being admitted as a Solicitor, Brad has used his knowledge from his previous employment with the NSW Police Force and RTA to obtain the best possible outcomes for his clients. Brad regularly co-ordinates and lectures at the Broadmeadow Traffic Offenders Intervention Program and knows the complex Traffic Law scheme with almost 30 years experience.

In 2013, Brad joined the O’Brien Winter Partnership as a Partner/ Shareholder of the Firm practicing predominantly in the areas of Criminal and Traffic Law.

In March 2015, Brad farewelled the team at O’Brien Winter Partners to take up an opportunity with the DPP at Toronto Drug Court.


  • Bachelor of Laws (Newcastle University)
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
  • Diploma of Business (Management)
  • Detective Senior Constable with NSW Police Force (Retired)
  • Advanced Criminal Investigations Course (NSW Police Academy)

Main areas of practice


  • Newcastle Law Society
  • Law Society of New South Wales
  • University of Newcastle


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