What will the seminar cover?
Appearing on an Application was event three in a four part series co-hosted by Queensland Young Lawyers (QYL) and Level Twenty Seven Chambers which aimed to provide informative and practical sessions on skills barristers and solicitors are often expected to know but not always formally taught. While sessions are typically aimed at lawyers of 3-5 years PQE, those completing their legal training and with additional PQE are also welcome.
The speakers, Nicholas Andreatidis KC and Florence Chen are barristers practising in commercial law from Level Twenty Seven Chambers in Brisbane, Australia. The seminar provides a checklist of materials and rules one should consider when appearing on an application in Australia’s courts.
Who should attend?
All lawyers with litigation practices, especially those 1-5 PQE.
Nicholas Andreatidis KC (Barrister, Level Twenty Seven Chambers)
Having worked as both a commercial litigation solicitor at a top tier law firm and now as a barrister (combined) for over 31 years Nicholas is able to draw on a wealth of experience in diverse areas of the law to advise and litigate for his clients. This experience combined with his friendly and collaborative working style make him a popular choice for instruction by both lawyers and clients. His practice is dominated by legally complex and high value work in the Supreme Court and commercial arbitration. He appears in all courts, arbitrations and commissions of inquiry as well as possessing extensive experience in mediations, as counsel and mediator.
Florence Chen (Barrister, Level Twenty Seven Chambers)
Florence Chen has a broad commercial practice with particular expertise in the areas of tax, building and construction, an succession. She acts in a wide spectrum of complex commercial disputes in both State and Federal jurisdictions. She has most recently been involved in proceedings involving tax litigation for the ATO, QRO and the taxpayer relating to income tax, payroll tax, superannuation and stamp duty. She has appeared in various trials and hearings involving breaches of contracts, allegations of misleading and deceptive conduct, partnerships, allegations of breaches of directors duties, unfair preference payments, property and commercial leasing disputes, family provision applications and judicial review applications.
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The presentation is free to view. For further information, please contact Tamara McCombe on +61 7 3008 3927.
The materials from event one in the series, Life at the Bar, are available here.
Previous 2022 seminars in this series: