Riviere Law

Working for a fair and just society

By investing his time and considerable skills in local initiatives and pro bono work, Marc is making significant contributions to improving safety and justice in his local community


It was going to be the second time I lost my license. Both while holding P plates and 20 km over speeding. Let's say odds weren't looking in my favour.
After a few friends had recommended Marc I decided I should try my luck.
My current circumstances were in desperate need for a license, so I wanted the best.
Well, I wasn't let down. I received a 3-week sentence, and I was looking at three months.
So that meant I got all my points back as well. Extremely happy with the result.
If I could explain Marc in one word, it would be class.
Highly recommend Riviere Law to anyone.

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  • Local High School

    For the last 4 years, Marc has been working with Year 11 and 12 students at a local high school to prepare team members for their annual mock trial competition.

  • Central Coast Youth Refuge

    Marc regularly undertakes pro bono legal work for a youth refuge on the Central Coast.

  • Overrepresented Groups

    Aboriginal and people and those with mental health issues are overrepresented in the criminal justice system and Marc has undertaken studies to enable him to assist these groups.

  • Traffic Offenders Intervention Program (TOIP)

    Since 2010, Marc has lectured at the Traffic Offenders Intervention Program (TOIP) in Woy Woy, helping to keep local streets safe and encouraging traffic offenders to change their driving practices for the better.

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