October 7, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Employment Barristers – Victoria, 2013

The 2013 listing of leading NSW based Employment & Workplace Relations barristers details individuals practising within the areas of employment, industrial relations and OH&S matters  in the NSW legal market who have been identified for their expertise and abilities in these areas.  It is compiled on the back of feedback from solicitors practising within these areas and client referees.

 

Senior Counsel

Market Leader

Frank Parry SC – Aickin Chambers

Preeminent

Michael McDonald SC – Aickin Chambers
Stuart Wood SC – Aickin Chambers

Leading

Justin Bourke SC – Aickin Chambers
Nicholas Green QC – Owen Dixon Chambers East

Recommended

Herman Borenstein SC – Joan Rosanove Chambers
Rachel Doyle SC – Joan Rosanove Chambers
Richard Niall SC – Melbourne Chambers

Junior Counsel

Preeminent

Matthew Follett – Aickin Chambers
Chris O’Grady – Aickin Chambers
Paul O’Grady – Aickin Chambers

Leading

Richard Dalton – Owen Dixon Chambers West
Jennifer Firkin – Owen Dixon Chambers West
Nick Harrington – Joan Rosanove Chambers
Deborah Seimensma – Owen Dixon Chambers West
Patrick Wheelahan – Owen Dixon Chambers East

Recommended

Marc Felman – Aickin Chambers
Tim Jacobs – Aickin Chambers
Alister McNab – Aickin Chambers
Steve Moore – Joan Rosanove Chambers

 

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