Lisa is an experienced advocate who practices primarily in the areas of criminal law and quasi-criminal law, including disciplinary tribunal proceedings, regulatory matters, public law and inquests.
Lisa appears in all areas of criminal law across all jurisdictions. She has experience in a broad range of indictable criminal matters including homicides, sexual offences, drug matters and violent offences. She has appeared a junior counsel for the accused in trials before the Supreme and County Courts.
In her public law practice, Lisa appears and advises on human rights and discrimination cases. She holds a Master of Public and International Law from the University of Melbourne. Her study focused on human rights including the rights of accused in criminal proceedings, refugees, children and indigenous groups. She has undertaken legal internships at both the Louisiana Capital Assistance Centre in New Orleans and Hagar Cambodia.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Lisa was a Managing Principal Solicitor in Advocacy at the Office of Public Prosecutions as well as working as a solicitor advocate in defence firms in both regional Victoria and Melbourne. She also worked as an in-house Solicitor to the Deputy State Coroner and has particular interest and in-depth knowledge of the coronial process.
Lisa read with Glenn Casement. Her senior mentor was Daniel Gurvich QC.
To get in touch with Lisa Andrews | or for more information please contact the Clerk on: +61 3 9225 7222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation.