Published Friday 29 July , the Doyle’s Guide ‘Leading Administrative & Public Law Barristers – Australia, 2022’ lists Senior and Junior Counsel practising in Administrative Law, Public Law, Freedom of Information & Judicial Review matters across Australia’s legal markets, having been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.
Many barristers practising from Level Twenty Seven Chambers assist on judicial review and administrative law matters. They are experienced in challenging and in the defence of decisions of government bodies and agencies, acting on behalf of and against Commonwealth and State Agencies in Australia’s Federal and Supreme Courts, Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Several of our barristers have been appointed to Government panels and our members include a former solicitor at Crown Law and in private firms with administrative law expertise. This in-depth knowledge and frontline experience provides them with a practical understanding of the operational needs, political demands and public scrutiny concerned with such matters. A list of the barristers practising in this area of law and examples of their experience are available here.