Greens List congratulates our newest Barristers, who on October 22nd signed The Bar Roll and are available to accept briefs.
We welcome to the list:
Todd has a broad commercial law practice with particular expertise in building, construction and property. He accepts briefs in most areas of commercial litigation including general commercial, consumer law, intellectual property, corporations law, insolvency and ADR.
Joshua has a broad public and administrative law practice which extends across administrative, public, criminal and civil law. He also accepts briefs to advise and appear in commercial, corporations, trade practices, defamation, media and intellectual property matters.
Rhiannon joins Greens List, bringing with her, over 9 year's experience as a solicitor and Supreme Court Judges Associate. Rhiannon has a broad commercial practice, with expertise in contractual disputes, insolvency matters, lease disputes and domestic building matters. She has advised ASX clients in respect of large, complex commercial disputes providing advice with respect to contractual, partnership, shareholder, director and lease disputes, insolvency and restructuring, consumer protection, trademark infringements, oppression claims, statutory demands, wind ups and employment disputes (restraint of trade).
Anna has 10 years’ legal experience in criminal law and public law. She has appeared in and advised on a broad range of criminal law matters, royal commissions and professional disciplinary proceedings. Anna has a particular interest in medico-legal issues arising in a criminal and public law context.
Jayr practices in all aspects of health and medical law including, public and administrative law, medical negligence, disciplinary proceedings, coronial inquests, criminal and quasi-criminal matters. His practice also extends to commercial law and taxation law.
Merys is a common law barrister, practicing primarily in personal injury and insurance law. She also accepts briefs in professional disciplinary, occupational health and safety, quasi-crime and administrative law matters, as well as coronial inquests.