Children's Court

Samantha Renwick

Samantha Renwick

Samantha has completed the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency Course on Cultural Competency in Working with Aboriginal Families within the Court System. Samantha has also been a Teaching Associate at Monash University Law School, in addition to her practice. Samantha read with Ms Elizabeth M Brimer S.C., as Her Honour then was, and her senior …

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Nick Doukas

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation.

Natalie Sheridan-Smith

Natalie Sheridan-Smith

Natalie has a busy advocacy practice in a range of contested and complex indictable crime, summary crime, family and Children’s Court Family Division matters.

Michelle Wilson

Michelle Wilson

Michelle has a broad practice which focusses on litigation in various courts and tribunals, including superior and appellant courts, including: Supreme Court of Victoria Appeals from the Children’s Court of Victoria, Family Division on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services (Child Protection). Matters arising under the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be …

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Matthew Weinman

Matthew Weinman

He is available to appear in all courts and jurisdictions in Victoria and accepts interstate briefs. While at the Bar, Matthew has regularly appeared in a broad range of applications, contraventions, appeals and contested summary and indictable matters involving drug, violence, sexual, driving and property offences. He is well-versed in matters of evidence, sentencing and …

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Marian C Clarkin

Outside of court, Marian also regularly represents clients to negotiate settlements and participate in mediations, as well as drafting and settling documents and providing advice. Marian has a broad practice, which often involves complex matters where many areas of the law overlap and there are multiple related proceedings on foot. Marian practises in the areas …

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Kim Cullen

Kim Cullen

Kim has a broad range of experience appearing in contested matters in the Federal Circuit Court, the County Court, the Supreme Court, VCAT, the Magistrates’ Court, and the Children’s Court. Prior to being called to the Bar, Kim worked with the Department of Health and Human Services as a solicitor on the corporate team. She …

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Ken Cheng

Ken Cheng

Prior to coming to the Bar, he was with Pentana Stanton Lawyers and volunteered at the Victorian Legal Aid. His past experience afforded him expertise in a diverse range of practice areas. Those include: criminal matters in the summary and indictable jurisdiction; commercial litigation involving contractual and franchising disputes; and employment matters such as underpayments, …

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Daniel Cole

Daniel Cole

“You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions”: Naguib Mahfouz “When you have the facts on your side, argue the facts. When you have the law on your side, argue the law. When you have neither, mediate”: [apologies to Al Gore] …

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