Perry has been working in the area of Personal Injury and Compensation even before finishing his legal studies at the University of Sydney. From the beginning of his legal career, he was exposed to and engaged in workers’ compensation, public liability, motor vehicle accidents, medical negligence, TPD / superannuation and sexual assault cases.
Before commencing his Juris Doctor degree in Sydney in 2014, he completed degrees in Business, Economics and English Literature, and worked at an international bank and a top-tier commercial firm.
Perry maintains a strong relationship with the Filipino Community in Australia. He is directly connected with the Philippine Consulate General in Sydney and has been featured in various community radio shows and newspapers. In August 2017, he was personally invited by the Filipino Ambassador to Australia to fly to Canberra and discuss how migrant Filipinos could better access legal services and develop an understanding of the Australian legal system.
He is a known advocate that Filipinos, and all other ethnic communities, should not be disadvantaged because of cultural or linguistic differences in accessing legal services. This is why he interacts, listens and speaks to his Filipino clients with his mother tongue.
In his free time, Perry participates as an active member of the Philippine Community Council of NSW (PCC-NSW) and as the youngest director of the Ateneo Alumni Association of Australia (AAAA). He is the youngest son of an American father and a Filipino mother, and belongs to a family of medical doctors (including in-laws). He is keenly interested in other areas of law such as Employment Law, Commercial Law and Wills & Estates.