Misko Vujnovic obtained his law degree in 1982 and worked as a lawyer in former Yugoslavia until the war broke out in 1992. Misko came to Australia in 1994 as a war refugee. He was then asked to finish an Australian law degree in order to practice law here. In 1998 he obtained his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Melbourne.
He was admitted to practise as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 7 August 2000. Misko was initially employed by Harwood Andrews lawyers working in the areas of trusts, tax law and superannuation before joining Kelly & Chapman in Bentleigh in 2003 as a solicitor. In 2006 he became the sole principal of the firm. He practices mainly in the areas of Wills, Deceased Estates, Business Law, Franchises and Commercial Leases.
Misko has recently satisfied all necessary requirements for the office of a Notary Public and the Supreme Court of Victoria has accordingly appointed him as such since 25 November 2021.