Christian Miocevich has extensive experience in criminal law and jury trial work, including 15 years with the Aboriginal Legal Service (ALS) of Western Australia.
After graduating from law at the University of Tasmania in 1987, Magistrate Miocevich was admitted to practice in the Northern Territory in 1989 and in Western Australia in 1991 where he was a solicitor in both jurisdictions. In 1994, Magistrate Miocevich joined the ALS where he was a solicitor and then counsel, gaining considerable trial experience in the District and Supreme Courts, and advising lawyers around the State while performing trial and jury work.
In 2009, Magistrate Miocevich established a sole practice before becoming a partnership called C&G Miocevich in 2012.
Magistrate Miocevich provided regular pro bono legal advice to Legal Aid WA, the ALS and Street Law Lawyers, a free outreach legal service for the homeless.
He was appointed a Magistrate of the Magistrate’s Court of Western Australia in September 2018 and to the District Court in August 2021. He successfully presided over the Barndimalgu Court in Geraldton.