Contact us

Our details

Business hours

8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Street address

Crown Solicitor's Office
60-70 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000

Postal address

The Crown Solicitor
Crown Solicitor's Office
GPO Box 25
SYDNEY NSW 2001

Email: crownsol@cso.nsw.gov.au
Supplier invoices: email invoices to csocreditors@cso.nsw.gov.au
Phone: 02 9474 9000
Facsimile: 02 9474 9011

Please note, CSO no longer accepts documents via DX. 

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Legal work contacts

Assistant Crown Solicitors

Division  Assistant Crown Solicitor  Landline Mobile Phone Number
Commercial, Public Interest & Property Law

Michael Granziera*

 

02 9474 9321

 

​Inquiries & Criminal Law

Naomi Malhotra

​02 9474 9184

0416 927 933​

Administrative Law, Employment & Child Protection

John McDonnell

02 9474 9219

0411 259 472​

* Acting Assistant Crown Solicitor

 

Practice Group Directors

Practice Group Director Phone Number

Child Protection

Nick Mitrevski

02 9474 9385

​Commercial Law

Alexandra Brown*

Karen Ferris*

02 ​9474 9266

02 9474 9265

Constitutional & Administrative Law

​Paolo Buchberger

​02 9474 9247

Employment Law & Industrial Relations

Kitty Ray*

Kira Kless*

02 9474 9561

02 9474 9148

​Government Law

Karen Smith

​02 9474 9000

​Inquiries

Alana McCarthy

02 ​9474 9163

Property & Native Title

Cheryl Drummy

02 ​9474 9201

​Public Interest & Protection
​Penny Csenderits
02 9474 9319​

​Public Safety & Justice

​Brett Thomson

​02 9474 9472

​Regulatory & Environment

Claudia Pendlebury

02 9474 9406

​Torts (Justice/Law Enforcement Agencies)
​Richard Kelly
02 9474 9102​

​Torts (Service/Regulatory Agencies)

Lucy Pinnock 02 9474 9111

* Acting Practice Group Director

Coronavirus Notice

To protect the health and wellbeing of our visitors, staff, and contractors, we request that you do not attend the CSO office if you:

  • are unwell for any reason or have COVID-19, flu or cold-like symptoms
  • have tested positive to COVID-19

We continue to monitor and follow the advice of NSW Health.

Last updated:

06 Dec 2022

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Informed by lessons of the past, Department of Communities and Justice is improving how we work with Aboriginal people and communities. We listen and learn from the knowledge, strength and resilience of Stolen Generations Survivors, Aboriginal Elders and Aboriginal communities.

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