Commercial Law Tax Law & Revenue Law Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Common Law Public Law & Administrative Law Industrial Relations Law & Employment Law Equity & Trusts Environmental Law & Planning Law
Before coming to the Bar, Jeanette Swann was a solicitor for over 18 years and was a director of a boutique city practice. Since being admitted to practice in 1993, Jeanette has worked in city, suburban and rural practices. She has been an LIV Accredited Family Law Specialist since 2001.
Eleanor Mallett practised at the English Bar from 1998 until moving to Australia in 2007. During that time she moved from a general Common Law practice to specialising in Children’s Work and Family Law.
David practices predominantly in the area of Family Law. He is available to take briefs for circuit and interstate appearances. David is a member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia and a member of the Family Law Bar Association.
Criminal Law Family Law Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws (Honours), Bachelor of Business Studies, Graduate Certificate in Management, Advanced Diploma in Public Safety (Police Investigations), Certificate IV Training and Assessment.
Date of Admission:
12 Aug 2014
First Signed Bar Roll:
30 Apr 2015
Chris accepts briefs in Criminal law and Family law.
He also appears regularly in intervention order related matters and at VOCAT.
Emma comes to the Bar with over 4 years’ experience as a solicitor in a suburban law firm, working with a diverse range of clients in areas such as: family law, intervention orders, property law, leasing, wills and estates, commercial law, and minor crime.
Alison Burt is available to accept briefs in all areas of family law and related jurisdictions, including appearing at court and providing advice in matters involving parenting disputes, property cases, de facto cases, and child support.
Anna practises exclusively in family law, including providing advice, appearing at Court and drafting documents in property cases, children's matters, matters relating to de facto and same sex couples, spousal maintenance, child support, financial agreements and international family law matters.
Eamonn accepts briefs in administrative, commercial, criminal and common law. He is particularly passionate about areas of the law concerning the proper exercise of state authority, whether in civil or criminal contexts, judicial or executive.