On 13 May 2019, Vincenzo commenced as Director of the Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania for a term of five years.
He was admitted to practise law in 1992 after graduating with a Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws from Monash University.
Vincenzo spent 17 years in private practice, including seven years in his own firm, focusing on family law and criminal law.
Vincenzo joined Legal Aid Tasmania after almost 11 years at Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) where he undertook a range of roles including seven years in the criminal law program, as a duty lawyer, Manager of the Advocacy Team and as the inaugural Summary Crime Program Manager. Vincenzo has experience in conducting complex indictable and summary crime matters and Detention and Supervision Order cases.
In more recent years Vincenzo conducted the Review of Legal Aid Child Protection Legal Services at VLA and was then appointed Associate Director, Child Protection Transformation at VLA.
He holds a Masters of Public Policy and Management (2017 University of Melbourne), served on the Board of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law from 2011 to 2019 including three years as President.