Bachier accepts briefs in all areas of law.
Bachier holds a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Optometry (Hons).
He received numerous academic prizes, including the University Medal for law.
Prior to joining the Bar, Bachier practiced across a wide range of jurisdictions and areas of law, including commercial litigation, property law, tax and criminal law.
Bachier was previously a tipstaff to the Honourable Tobias, Sackville and Campbell AJJA, in the New South Wales Court of Appeal.
Bachier has also previously worked as an Optometrist across Australia in metro and rural practices.
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.
Thomas regularly advises and appears in public law and commercial matters. He has significant experience in disputes involving government agencies, regulators, revenue authorities and statutory corporations. His commercial practice includes class actions, corporations law, consumer law and equity.
Thomas also accepts briefs in criminal law matters and is on the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions external junior counsel panel.
Before joining the Bar, Thomas was a solicitor at Herbert Smith Freehills and Clayton Utz where he worked on tax disputes, corporate regulation, representative proceedings, corporate insolvency and administrative law. Thomas was also a legal officer in the human rights section of Legal Aid NSW.
Thomas was the Associate to Justice Buchanan in the Federal Court of Australia from 2014 to 2015.
Thomas speaks fluent Chinese (Mandarin).
My practice covers commercial litigation in equity, trusts, corporations law, trade practices, insurance, real property and intellectual property, as well as disputes in administrative law and taxation & revenue (appearing for government and taxpayers).
Most of my cases are in the Supreme Court of NSW or Federal Court of Australia (including their appellate divisions). I also regularly appear in tribunals (AAT & NCAT), lower courts (Federal Circuit Court & NSW District Court) and other jurisdictions (other States and foreign).
My CV (updated on 31 March 2021) is at the following link.
Quintin was admitted as a lawyer in 2012. He commenced practice at the NSW Bar in 2014.
He is also a postgraduate unit of study coordinator and adjunct senior lecturer at the University of Sydney. He has authored a textbook in negotiation.
At the Bar, Quintin has a general practice. He regularly appears in commercial, tax, equity, insurance, maritime, construction, tort and crime matters. He is experienced in representative proceedings.
He has appeared in the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Local Court, District Court and Supreme Court (including the Court of Appeal). Quintin has appeared in Commonwealth Tribunals, the Federal Circuit Court, the Federal Court of Australia (including in the Full Court) and the High Court. He has also appeared in arbitration.
A full list of his publications is available here.
Quintin has recently been recognised as preeminent in the latest Doyles Guide Leading Transport Barristers – Australia, 2021
Brett was called to the Bar in 2009. Prior to this he was a Tipstaff in the Queensland Court of Appeal, and worked as a solicitor in competition law, insolvency, and general commercial litigation.
Brett has a broad practice in corporate and commercial litigation, including building and construction, banking and finance, insolvency, equity, property, local government and environmental law, and intellectual property.
He appears, regularly without senior counsel, in motions, trials, and appeals in Federal, New South Wales and Queensland courts and tribunals.
Due to his experience with litigation in Queensland he is often retained by solicitors in New South Wales to act and advise in relation to disputes in Queensland.
Brett continues to be recognised as a recommended junior in Doyles Guide’s Leading New South Wales Construction & Infrastructure Junior Counsel – New South Wales, 2021.
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Simon was called to the bar in April 2014, after 4 years working in tax and commercial litigation at King & Wood Mallesons.
Simon has a broad practice in commercial litigation, with experience in contract, corporations, equity, insolvency, insurance, taxation (both Commonwealth and state), and real property proceedings.
He regularly appears unled in hearings in the Federal Court of Australia and the NSW Supreme and District Courts, as well as other courts and tribunals.
Simon has an advice practice, providing tax opinions to private and government clients, and he is also regularly briefed in urgent interlocutory applications such as injunctions, freezing and real property orders.
Before commencing practice, Simon was as a senior adviser to a previous NSW Attorney General and Minister for Justice.
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. Mark is recommended in Doyles Guide’s Leading Tax Barristers New South Wales.
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 was the chair of the Council of Law Reporting for New South Wales from 2015 to 2021.