Robert accepts briefs in all areas of law.
Before he was called to the Bar, Robert had a mixed background in practice and academia.
Robert is currently finishing a PhD at UTS where he holds a Doctoral Scholarship in Media Transition. His research examines whether publishing fake news online to profit via advertising may be treated as a form of fraud. His work has been published in academic journals in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States. He has taught constitutional law, criminal law and the law of evidence.
Whilst undertaking the PhD, Robert worked as Research Assistant to Dyson Heydon AC QC at Eight Selborne Chambers.
Prior to that he was Tipstaff to the Honourable Justice Stephen Robb at the Supreme Court of New South Wales and a Law Graduate at Hall & Wilcox.
Robert is a Senior Reporter for Thomson Reuters. He writes reports for the Federal Court Reports, Federal Law Reports, Administrative Appeals Reports and Australian Resources Law Reports.
David has a BA and LLB from the University of Sydney, including being awarded a University Medal in Philosophy. He also has an LLM from the University of Cambridge and was awarded the Chancellor’s Medal for English Law. David was awarded the Christopher Gee QC Memorial Prize for Advocacy and Evidence for the May 2016 Bar Practice Course.
David principally practises in commercial and public law. David has appeared led in the High Court, and has appeared led and unled in various federal and New South Wales courts and tribunals.
David is a contributor to Robson’s Annotated Corporations Law.
Prior to coming to the Bar, David practised as a solicitor in the Commercial Litigation group at Clayton Utz for 4 years and was the tipstaff for Justice J C Campbell in the NSW Court of Appeal.
David has also been a casual tutor at the University of Sydney in public law, constitutional law and equity.
Nathan accepts briefs in all areas of law.
Prior to joining the Bar, He was a solicitor at Allens and Herbert Smith Freehills working on a range of commercial, taxation, regulatory and public law matters.
Nathan was previously the Associate to Justice Edmonds in the Federal Court of Australia.
Nathan holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons I) and Bachelor of Arts from Sydney University and a Master of Laws from Harvard Law School.
Nathan is also a reporter for the Federal Court Reports and Federal Law Reports.
Nathan was recently recognised as a recommended junior in Doyles Guide’s Leading New South Wales Construction & Infrastructure Junior Counsel – New South Wales, 2021.
Harrison practices primarily in the areas of commercial law, corporations law, equity, trusts, professional negligence, property, planning and environment law, and public law. A select list of cases in which he has appeared is attached to his CV, which may be downloaded below.
Before coming to the Bar in 2016, Harrison worked in international arbitration in Singapore for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (focusing primarily upon investor-state and treaty disputes), and in Paris for Allen & Overy (on large scale commercial claims).
Harrison was previously Tipstaff to the Honourable Justice R I Barrett of the New South Wales Court of Appeal. He was also a contributor to Robson’s Annotated Corporations Legislation.
Harrison holds a Juris Doctor (Dist) and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons I) from the University of Sydney. He taught Civil and Criminal Procedure at Sydney Law School and worked there as a researcher. He studied on exchange at Sciences Po, Paris and speaks French.
Gerald was admitted to the NSW Bar in 2008. He has since appeared in diverse jurisdictions, including the High Court of Australia to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and in a diverse range of cases, ranging from commercial and insurance disputes to constitutional and administrative law matters. These include two successful challenges to the constitutional validity of the National School Chaplaincy Program.
Before coming to the Bar, Gerald was an Associate to the Hon W M C Gummow AC, former Justice of the High Court of Australia, and then a solicitor at Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons), first in its Financial Services Group and subsequently in Dispute Resolution.
Gerald was also previously a lecturer in Federal Constitutional Law at the University of New South Wales.
Corrina was called to the Bar in April 2013. She accepts briefs in all areas of law and is admitted to practice in NSW and Federal courts.
As a solicitor in private practice, Corrina provided legal advice and litigation services in environment and planning matters with a particular emphasis on major projects. Her specialties
include administrative law and statutory interpretation.
Brin was called to the Bar in 2014 and has a broad practice across commercial, public and criminal law. She is part of the 7th Floor’s White Collar Crime Team.
Brin is regularly briefed by the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions and has conducted prosecution and sentencing hearings in various courts for drug importation offences, carriage service offences, environmental offences and terrorism offences. She has run a number of jury trials in the New South Wales District Court as lead counsel and has been led by counsel in Supreme Court and District Court trials.
Brin’s defence work includes acting for individuals charged with white collar offences, environment offences and offences against various state and Commonwealth legislation.
Brin appears regularly for governmental agencies in administrative proceedings and appeals.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Brin was a Senior Lawyer at the Australian Government Solicitor where she practiced predominantly in administrative law, customs and trade law, proceeds of crime and Commonwealth law enforcement. She has also practiced in banking litigation in the UK where she was a lawyer at Hogan Lovells International LLP.
Brin has a Master of Laws from the University of New South Wales and was listed on the Dean’s List for Academic Excellence in 2008 and 2011. Brin also has a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Hons) and Bachelor of Finance from the University of Newcastle.
Dr Mark Brabazon SC, FCIArb practises as a barrister and arbitrator.
He has exceptional expertise in Australian and international taxation, including the taxation of trusts and transparent entities. He holds a PhD from Sydney in international tax and is the author of International Taxation of Trust Income: Principles, Planning and Design (Cambridge University Press, 2019) and ‘The Application of Tax Treaties to Fiscally Transparent Entities’ in the Global Tax Treaty Commentaries (IBFD). His tax practice covers advice, audits and investigations, alternative dispute resolution, and litigation. He acts for private and government clients. He is recommended as a tax barrister by Doyle’s Guide.
Mark also has wide experience in commercial and civil law. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is an expert on legal costs and the regulation of the legal profession in New South Wales.
Mark is the chair of the Council of Law Reporting for New South Wales.