May 28, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Intellectual Property Barristers – Victoria, 2012

The 2012 listing of leading Victorian based Intellectual Property barristers details individuals practising within the areas of contentious intellectual property matters  in the Victorian legal market who have been identified for their expertise and abilities in these areas.  It is compiled on the back of feedback from both solicitors practising within these areas and client referees.

 

Senior Counsel

Preeminent

Bruce Caine SC – Aickin Chambers
Ross Macaw QC – Owen Dixon Chambers West

Leading

Colin Golvan SC – Owen Dixon Chambers West
Barry Hess SC – Owen Dixon Chambers East
Adrian Ryan SC – Joan Rosanove Chambers
David Shavin QC – Owen Dixon Chambers West

Recommended

John Emmerson QC – Aickin Chambers
Elspbeth Strong SC – Owen Dixon Chambers West

Junior Counsel

Preeminent

Garry Fitzgerald – Owen Dixon Chambers West
Andrew Maryniak – Aickin Chambers

Leading

Kate Beattie – Owen Dixon Chambers West
Ben Fitzpatrick – Aickin Chambers
Ed Heerey – Chancery Chambers
Helen Rofe – Owen Dixon Chambers West

Recommended

Tom Cordiner – Joan Rosanove Chambers
Ian Horak – Joan Rosanove Chambers
Felicity Marks – Owen Dixon Chambers West
Luke Merrick – Aickin Chambers
Sam Ricketson – Owen Dixon Chambers West
Siobhan Ryan – Douglas Menzies Chambers
Warwick Rothnie – Isaacs Chambers
Jeremy Slattery – Aickin Chambers

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