Sinen concentrates primarily on white collar crime. He is known for his personable approach, and has, over a period of time, established a strong working relationship with police officials and the prosecuting authorities.
Sinen has acted successfully for a number of entities and individuals in litigious matters in both the lower and higher courts.
Sinen represents and advises a multi-disciplinary organisation with a significant national presence.
Sinen has experience in Family Law litigation including but not limited to divorces, protection order applications and the enforcement of maintenance orders.
Sinen further has experience in Human Rights Litigation with a focus on basic services and the need for housing and the continuing problem of unlawful evictions in inner city Johannesburg, having been involved in cases such as the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality v Blue Moonlight Properties 39 (Pty) Ltd and Another.
Sinen practices in criminal law, family law, general commercial litigation, and the drafting of commercial agreements, with the focal point of his practice being in the field of commercial criminal law.
He has experience in human rights litigation (with an emphasis on the right to basic services).
Sinen also acts for local tobacco industry manufacturers in various litigious and non-litigious matters.
LLB (University of Witwatersrand) (2010)
Articles served at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (2011)
Articles completed at Steve Ioulianou Attorney (2012)
Admitted as an Attorney with right of appearance in the Gauteng High Court (2013)