Rohan graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2004 with a combined degree in Economics & Law with first class honours in law.
In 2005 he completed a Graduate Certificate of Legal Practice and was admitted as a legal practitioner. Upon his admission he spent a year as Associate to the Honourable Justice Crawford of the Supreme Court of Tasmania.
Rohan has been a legal practitioner at Douglas and Collins in Launceston since August 2006 and became a principal of the firm in January 2013.
He practices in civil and criminal litigation. He has been a member of the Council of the Law society since 2010 and has recently been appointed to the Executive
In addition to practice Rohan is currently;
- A member of the Board of the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute,
- A Deputy Chairman of the Tasmanian Racing Appeals board,
- Member of the Solicitors Accounts Rules Committee,
- Chairman of the Launceston Touch Football Association Tribunal,
- Disciplinary Tribunal member for Touch Football Australia
He is also a former member of the Northern Tasmania Football Association Tribunal (2006-2012) and a Board Member of the Time Out House.