Martin Anders was recognised in the 2017 and again in 2018 Doyle's Guide as a leading junior counsel practising Criminal Law in South Australia by the state's Criminal Law solicitors and fellow counsel for his expertise and abilities in the area.
Martin Anders practises in the area of criminal law, undertaking both trial and appeal matters, as well as disciplinary and regulatory proceedings. He also appears in coronial inquests and commissions of inquiry, and accepts briefs in respect of most areas of civil law.
He is a highly experienced trial advocate, regularly appearing as a defence counsel in the District Court of South Australia and the Supreme Court of South Australia in matters involving charges of serious violence, murders, complex fraud, white collar and corporate crime. He also regularly appears as both lead and junior counsel in the Court of Criminal Appeal.
Martin was admitted to practice in 1996, and joined the independent bar in 2007. He has formerly worked as a Crown Prosecutor at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Adelaide, and served for a period of time in that role with RAMSI, the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomons Islands.
He is a member of the South Australian Bar Association, the Law Society of South Australia and JusticeNet (SA).