He practises broadly across these areas, but has special interests in class actions, judicial review, and immigration.
He also appears for defendants in criminal matters, particularly fraud and white-collar crime matters.
Min is presently briefed in a number of commercial law class actions in various state Supreme Courts and the Federal Court. He also has an extensive judicial review practice, appearing in the Federal Circuit Court and Federal Court regularly, and also appearing in the High Court.
Min also routinely appears in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal on merits reviews of immigration, citizenship and other matters. His immigration practice also includes tort proceedings arising from the mistreatment of people in immigration detention.
Min also brings distinctive experience to the Bar, having previously worked as a management consultant advising executives of ASX 200 companies, industry groups and governments on financial, strategy and public policy matters. He also previously was an independent IT consultant. Because of this and his engineering qualifications, he has a particular interest in litigation involving financial, quantitative and scientific issues.
For more information, visit Min's website guo.com.au.
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation
- Class Actions
- Consumer Credit
- Consumer Law
- Contractual Disputes
- Corporate Insolvency
- Corporations & Securities
- Equity & Trusts
- Class Actions
- Commissions & Inquiries
- Common Law
- Major Torts
- Product Liability
- Professional Negligence
- Administrative Law
- Civil & Human Rights
- Commissions & Inquiries
- Freedom of Information
- Judicial Review
- White Collar Crime
Bachelor of Laws (Hons)(Adel)
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons)(Adel)
New South Wales
State and Territory Courts and Tribunals
Federal Court of Australia
High Court of Australia
CNY17 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  HCA 50; 94 ALJR 140; 375 ALR 47 - Administrative law - apprehended bias - content of bias rule where hearing rule abrogated - bias by subconscious effect of prejudicial information - interaction between bias rule and hearing rule - whether materiality also required for bias; led by L De Ferrari SC
DBE17 v Commonwealth  HCA 47; 94 ALJR 41; 374 ALR 726 - Representative proceedings - High Court's power to remit proceeding to Federal Court - 'in relation to' - 'issue in connection with'; led by B Quinn QC
BCX16 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  FCA 465 - Administrative law - refugee law - whether circumstance of person’s residency in one area of a country is a circumstance that may cause a person to personally face a risk of significant harm; unled
CNY17 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  HCATrans 101 - Administrative law - Immigration Assessment Authority - apprehended bias - content of bias rule where hearing rule abrogated - bias by subconscious effect of prejudicial information - whether threshold for prejudice; led by L De Ferrari SC
EEM17 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  FCAFC 180 - Migration - Immigration Assessment Authority - failure to recognise document was 'new information' - failure to consider 'exceptional circumstances' - whether 'new information' limited to information sought by Authority; unled
Shrestha v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  HCA 35 - Administrative law - jurisdictional error - whether error in construction could not have made a difference a jurisdictional error; led by G Costello
EUB18 v Minister for Home Affairs  FCA 1432 - Injunction - balance of convenience - continuing commission of tort - foreign actors and sovereign risk; led by E Bennett
G v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  FCA 1229 - Administrative law - citizenship - invalidity of policy - decision-maker's error in construction of policy
BVC15 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  FCAFC 223 - Migration - failure of Secretary to provide relevant documents to Tribunal - failure to consider claim - denial of procedural fairness - Migration Act, s 418(3); led by L De Ferrari
Shrestha v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  HCATrans 179 - Administrative law - discretion to refuse relief where jurisdictional error found - grant of special leave on the papers; led by G Costello
A.S. v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (Ruling No.10)  VSC 476 - Practice and procedure - appropriateness of confidentiality orders over court file
A.S. v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  312 FLR 67 - Statutory interpretation - 'affirms as a principle' - detention of minors as a last resort - Migration Act, s 4AA; led by P Hanks QC, with M Albert
Laine v Thiess Pty Ltd  VSC 689 - Representative proceedings - test for leave to discontinue
Jackson v GP & JM Bruty Pty Ltd (Ruling No 1)  VSC 717 - Practice and procedure - representative proceeding - amendment of statement of claim
Victorian Bar - Commercial Bar Association
Victorian Bar - Criminal Bar Association
Victorian Bar - Tax Bar Association