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Susan Porter

Susan Porter

Her experience includes matters relating to leases, easements, caveats, co-ownership, as well as handling planning, building and construction matters and disputes, and general contractual disputes. She has also represented clients before licensing and disciplinary tribunals, and appears in the Supreme Court, County Court, Magistrates’ Court and in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Before joining …

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Sandra Karabidian

Sandra Karabidian

Sandra is a barrister and nationally accredited mediator with a broad commercial practice. She accepts briefs to appear in all Victorian Courts. In addition to general commercial matters, she has specific expertise in the areas of equity, trusts, superannuation and deceased estates.  Sandra has held a long-term interest in the international law of armed conflict, specifically focusing …

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Peter Van Eps

Peter Van Eps

He practises in the areas of: planning, land use and development (including town planning, infrastructure, land valuation, planning offences and body corporate); environment (including approvals, licensing, environmental effects and offences); property (including leasing, recovery of land, easements & covenants, compulsory acquisition, COVID-19-related) commercial disputes (including contract, building/ BCIPA/ BCISPA claims, corporations and equity); administrative law …

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John O’Halloran

John O’Halloran

John is regularly briefed to appear and advise in all Victorian courts and tribunals. His instructors recognise the value of his strategic advice, rigorous attention to detail, and ability to empower clients to make good decisions in litigation. NOTABLE MATTERS & EXPERTISE: Some of John’s notable matters since coming to the Bar have included work in: …

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David Mence

David Mence

Prior to being called to the Bar, David was an associate at the Supreme Court of Victoria, firstly to Redlich JA in the Court of Appeal and then to Incerti J (formerly Zammit J) in the Trial Division. Before that, David was an academic at the University of Melbourne, where he taught in the Faculty …

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Christopher Jensen

Christopher Jensen

Christopher has acted in a range of commercial disputes, including contractual, property, building and employment matters. He is also experienced in public law including administrative law, planning and environmental law, liquor licensing, building regulation, and occupational health and safety. Christopher accepts briefs to appear for clients in all State and Federal Courts and Tribunals. Before …

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Bernard Carr

Mr Carr’s professional experience includes 15 years as a consulting engineer and over 25 years as a lawyer. Between 1980 and 1994 he worked as a geotechnical engineer with an international consulting firm, residing and working in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and PNG, as well as numerous locations in Western and Northern Australia, in the mining, natural gas, land …

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David Robertson KC

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