December 5, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Family Law Barristers – Melbourne, 2016

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The 2016 listing of leading Melbourne based Family & Divorce Barristers details counsel practising within the areas of family law, matrimonial and custody matters in the Victorian legal market who have been identified by their peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Senior Counsel

Market Leader

Geoff Dickson QC, Henry Winneke Chambers

Preeminent

Bruce Geddes QC, Owen Dixon Chambers East

Leading

Martin Bartfeld QC, Owen Dixon Chambers East
Tim North SC, Chancery Chambers
Andrew Strum SC, Owen Dixon Chambers East

Recommended

David Brown QC, Henry Winneke Chambers
Les Glick QC, Owen Dixon Chambers East
Andrew Kirkham QC, Owen Dixon Chambers East

Junior Counsel

Market Leader

Dan Sweeney, Owen Dixon Chambers East

Preeminent

Joe Melilli, Owen Dixon Chambers East

Leading

Richard Ingleby, Melbourne Chambers
Michael Pavone, Owen Dixon Chambers East
Tim Puckey
Minal Vohra, Owen Dixon Chambers East
Jillian Williams
Michael Wood, Owen Dixon Chambers East

Recommended

Andrew Barbayannis, Holmes List
Helen Dellidis, Owen Dixon Chambers East
Belle Lane, Owen Dixon Chambers East
Chris Nehmy, Owen Dion Chambers East
Pat O’Shannessy, Owen Dixon Chambers East
Andrew Robinson, Owen Dixon Chambers East
Marylyn Smallwood, Owen Dixon Chambers East

 

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