Attorney-General Martin Pakula today announced the reappointment of Susan Borg and Andrew Grant as Crown Prosecutors.
Ms Borg brings close to 25 years of legal experience to the Office of Public Prosecutions, specialising in criminal law, family law, commercial law and civil litigation.
She has served as a Crown Prosecutor for the past six years, preparing submissions and appearing in the Court of Appeal, travelling to Papua New Guinea to teach the Bar Readers Course and working in the Specialist Sex Offences Unit.
Ms Borg has been a member of the Victorian Bar since 1991, and has also previously practised law in the United Kingdom.
Mr Grant’s reappointment follows six years of service as a Crown Prosecutor. He also brings significant knowledge to the role, with almost 25 years of legal experience.
Mr Grant graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Laws in 1971, was admitted to practice in 1990 and signed the Bar Roll in 2004.
Mr Grant has managed a number of complex cases while at the Office of Public Prosecutions, most recently in the prosecution of sex offences with the Specialist Sex Offences Unit.
Quotes attributable to Attorney-General Martin Pakula
“Ms Borg and Mr Grant have proven great assets to the Victorian justice system, undertaking crucial work with the Specialist Sex Offences Unit in the Office of Public Prosecutions.”
“I congratulate Ms Borg and Mr Grant on their well-deserved reappointments as Crown Prosecutors and I wish them well as they continue to serve the State of Victoria in these vital roles.”
Reviewed 19 August 2020