Abilene has a commercial and criminal practice.
Abilene was previously a solicitor at a commercial law firm, practising primarily in commercial litigation for small-medium sized enterprises. Abilene had conduct of commercial litigation in the Supreme Court including breaches of Director’s duties, franchise agreements and unit trust deeds. Abilene also brought and resisted claims frequently on behalf of clients in the County Court, Magistrates’ Court and VCAT, including breaches of the Australian Consumer Law, debt recovery claims and matters brought under the Retail Leases Act.
Just prior to signing the bar roll, Abilene practised as a Senior Solicitor at the Office of Public Prosecutions in its Proceeds of Crime Directorate. In that role, Abilene appeared regularly on behalf of the Director of Public Prosecutions in applications under the Confiscation Act 1997 (Vic) in the County and Supreme Courts. Whilst at the OPP, Abilene also had conduct of a range of indictable criminal matters.
Abilene has been a long-standing volunteer at her local community legal service, providing advice in relation to infringements, residential tenancies and neighbourhood disputes.
Abilene is currently undertaking a Master of Laws at Melbourne University.
To get in touch with Abilene Singh | or for more information please contact the Clerk on: +61 3 9225 7222 or email@example.com