23 March 2022, Doyle’s Guide published its annual lists Leading Construction & Infrastructure Senior Counsel – Queensland and Leading Construction & Infrastructure Junior Counsel – Queensland. Combing the two lists, 11 barristers practising from Level Twenty Seven Chambers are mentioned.
These lists include barristers with practices concerning construction, infrastructure and major projects matters in Queensland. These barristers have been identified by the state’s construction law solicitors for their expertise and abilities in this area of law.
Those barristers practising from Level Twenty Seven Chambers listed are as follows.
Shane Doyle QC – Preeminent
Damian Clothier QC – Recommended
Nicholas Andreatidis QC – Recommended
Michael Trim – Preeminent
Matthew Jones – Recommended
Matthew Hickey OAM – Leading
Stewart Webster – Preeminent
Claire Schneider – Leading
Sam McCarthy – Leading
Mei Ying Barnes – Recommended
Jason Mitchenson – Recommended
The full Leading Construction & Infrastructure Senior Counsel – Queensland, 2022 list is published on the Doyle’s website here. The Leading Construction & Infrastructure Junior Counsel – Queensland, 2022 is published here.
Level Twenty Seven Chambers is widely regarded as a go-to set nationally for large-scale, high-value and cross-border contract, energy, engineering, infrastructure, mining, and building & construction disputes. Barrister expertise spans the entire construction and infrastructure project life-cycle, including land resumption and compensation, competition & consumer issues, contractual obligations, delay and force majeure, professional liability, as well as security of payment, defects and rectification disputes. Several members have complementary qualifications and experience in architecture, IT and accounting. This depth and breadth of experience means several members are also listed by the Chambers & Partners (Asia-Pacific and Global) and Legal 500 guides in their construction & infrastructure sections.
You can find more information about the construction & infrastructure practices of the barristers at Level Twenty Seven Chambers here.