Mark Vincent


Acknowledged as one of Australia’s foremost legal experts on all aspects of cloud computing, Mark has a keen understanding of the commercial realities impacting business and the compelling rationale for cloud computing.

  • Industry Expertise

  • Mark is an intellectual property and technology lawyer who practices extensively in patent enforcement, licensing and strategy. Mark has represented clients in a significant number of trade mark and patent opposition and Court enforcement matters. Mark’s advice on commercialisation, intellectual property law and strategy, provides clients with clarity and direction, often in complex areas of both law and technology. Mark has expertise in legal issues for the IT sector and provides advice on commercial negotiations and disputes. Mark advises on issues such as trans-border data flows, privacy, behavioural targeting, data retention, jurisdiction, service level agreements and intellectual property issues.

    His acknowledged expertise in the area of cloud computing has led him to be invited to speak on the legal and intellectual property issues for cloud computing and big data at multiple industry events in Australia and across Asia Pacific. Mark’s career has seen him running his own businesses and working for leading law firms in London, Sydney and Auckland. Mark and his team are rated highly in independent reviews of intellectual property, technology and media legal practices.

    In 2020, Doyle’s Guide listed Mark Vincent as a Recommended Leading Contentious Intellectual Property Lawyer in New South Wales.

    Mark was also named for Intellectual Property Law by Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2019.



    • Master of Laws, University of Melbourne
    • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, University of South Australia
    • Bachelor of Laws, University of Adelaide
    • Bachelor of Arts (Jurisprudence), University of Adelaide
    • Admitted as Solicitor of the High Court of Australia
    • Admitted as Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales
    • Admitted as Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of South Australia
    • Admitted as Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand.


    • Law Society of New South Wales
    • NSW Society for Computers and the Law
    • Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand
    • Licensing Executives Society (Australian and New Zealand)
    • Inaugural member, INTA Data Protection Committee.