1979-1984: Read law at the University of Malta and graduated as a lawyer.
1984 – 1989: Practised as an advocate at the Attorney General’s Office dealing with, inter alia, transport matters as counsel to the Ports Department and the Department of Civil Aviation. Attended international conferences on civil aviation and drafted laws to update civil aviation legislation in Malta. Drafted the Eurocontrol Act which was enacted by Parliament in February 1989.
1989 to date: Practising as a private litigation lawyer, dealing mainly with civil, commercial and maritime court cases, in particular where protection and indemnity matters are involved. Acted as consultant to the Department of Civil Aviation and continued to draft aviation laws until May 2013.
2001: Joined Dingli & Dingli Law Firm as a partner.
2004: Successfully completed a course on the Law and Administration of Trusts organised by the Malta Financial Services Authority; became a member of the Institute of Financial Services Practitioners.