Brenton Devanny has a broad commercial practice. He has a focus on insolvency, banking and finance, commercial arbitration and corporations law.
Brenton appears both unled and as a junior. He is a market leader in high-tech legal conferencing and remote appearances with state-of-the-art chambers in Melbourne. He often appears remotely throughout Australia and beyond.
Brenton holds a Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne (with a focus on International Insolvency and Arbitration) as well as a Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) and a Bachelor of Commerce.
At the Bar, Brenton has a broad commercial practice, including:
Brenton has also acted in a high profile recognition of a foreign bankruptcy under the UNCITRAL Model Law incorporated into the Cross-Border Insolvency Act, which involved a dispute over the location of the bankrupt's 'Centre of Main Interests'. See Kapila, in the matter of Edelsten  FCA 1112.
Brenton is also a contributing author to Lexis Nexis' Bankruptcy Law and Practice in the areas of:
Brenton read with Peter Fary SC and his senior mentor was Garry Bigmore QC.