17 July 2020

Doyles Guide of Leading Arbitration Barristers in Australia, 2020

Doyles Guide has announced the list of Leading Arbitration Barristers in Australia, 2020, where there are Senior Counsels and Junior Counsels from large law firms.

The 2020 listing of leading Australian Arbitration Barristers details Senior Counsel and Junior Counsel identified by clients and peers as having particular expertise in arbitration and alternative dispute resolution matters across all Australian legal markets.

As Senior Counsel there are the following barristers:

  • David Batt QC, List A – Melbourne
  • James Bell QC, Carbolic Chambers – Brisbane
  • Campbell Bridge SC, 7 Wentworth Selborne – Sydney
  • Robert Craig SC, Dever’s List – Melbourne
  • Kanaga Dharmananda SC, Quayside Chambers – Perth
  • Shane Doyle QC, Level Twenty Seven Chambers – Brisbane
  • Michael Feutrill SC, Quayside Chambers – Perth
  • John Gilmour QC, Quayside Chambers – Perth
  • Jeffery Gleeson QC, List A – Melbourne
  • Justin Gleeson SC, Banco Chambers – Sydney
  • Greg Harris QC, Dever’s List – Melbourne
  • Caroline Kenny QC, Foley’s List – Melbourne
  • Anthony Lo Surdo SC, 12 Wentworth Selborne – Sydney
  • Terry Mehigan SC, 12 Wentworth Selborne Chambers – Sydney
  • Albert Monichino QC, List A – Melbourne
  • Tony Nolan QC, List A – Melbourne
  • Paul Santamaria QC, Greens List – Melbourne
  • Martin Scott QC, List G Barristers – Melbourne

As Junior Counsel there are the following barristers:

  • Tim Breakspear, Banco Chambers – Sydney
  • Albert Dinelli, List A – Melbourne
  • Nick Floreani, Jeffcott Chambers – Adelaide
  • Sebastian Hartford-Davis – Banco Chambers – Sydney
  • Justin Hogan-Doran, 7 Wentworth Selborne – Sydney
  • Matt Jones, Level Twenty Seven Chambers – Brisbane
  • Jonathon Redwood, Banco Chambers – Sydney
  • Justin Williams, Eleven Wentworth Chambers – Sydney
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