Victorian Civil & Administrative Tribunal (VCAT)

Alexander C L Campbell

Alex has a broad commercial practice, with a particular interest in corporations (including insolvency, directors’ duties, oppression, derivative actions), banking and finance, property, and construction matters. He is regularly briefed to appear and advise in all Victorian courts and tribunals and the Federal Court, both led and unled. Alex appears in trial, appellate and interlocutory …

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Damien Hannan

His significant trial experience, coupled with his ability to provide strategic advice, make Damien an invaluable asset when it comes to defending criminal cases.  Clients can trust in Damien’s expertise, breadth of knowledge, and unwavering dedication to securing the best possible results in their legal affairs. Trial Work: Damien Hannan is a highly experienced criminal …

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Anthony O’Donoghue

Anthony O’Donoghue

He specialises in bankruptcy and administrative law, particularly Commonwealth administrative law, including migration law.

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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Nicholas Bird

Nicholas Bird

Prior to coming to the Bar, Nicholas worked as a policy adviser to the Victorian Government. In particular, he advised on regulatory issues affecting small businesses in Victoria. He also previously worked as a consultant with PwC Australia. Nicholas completed degrees in Arts and in Law at Monash University. He also completed a Master of …

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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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Michael Sanger

Michael Sanger

Read with A. A. Nolan QC. His practice has an emphasis on corporate insolvency, bankruptcy, other unsecured enforcement, including demand or notice set aside proceedings,oppression actions, preference recovery, public examinations, and registration and enforcement of foreign judgments or arbitral awards. He also appears as a generalist in most other areas including, family property, summary crime …

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Julie Zhou

Julie Zhou

Before coming to the Bar, Julie was senior in-house counsel at Monash University where she acted for and advised the University on issues of public and administrative law, disciplinary proceedings, discrimination and negligence claims. Julie was also in-house counsel for State and Federal governments in the ACT and in Victoria. She was a solicitor advocate …

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Gregory Buchhorn

Gregory Buchhorn

Before coming to the Bar, Greg was Senior Associate to the Honourable Justice Maxwell AC, President of the Victorian Court of Appeal. Greg read with Graeme Hill and his senior mentor was Claire Harris QC. Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation.

Georgia McMaster

Georgia McMaster

A barrister specialising in criminal jury trials and appeals for almost twenty years, (primarily briefed by the Crown). Other briefs include conducting matters on behalf of AHPRA, duty lawyer work before the Mental Health Review Tribunal, counsel assisting / legal member in various matters such as Teacher’s Registration Board investigations, legal practitioner complaint boards, and …

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