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3 months ago Constitutional Law

Best Constitutional Lawyer in Bunbury

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Bunbury gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Bunbury Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Bunbury located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


⇒ SIMON CREEK

SIMON CREEK

SIMON CREEK Since being admitted to practice in 1998, Simon’s impressive career has been consistently celebrated. In 2017 he was named Western Australia Lawyer of the Year by the Law Society of WA. In the same week, HHG received the Attorney General’s Community Service Law Award, largely due to Simon’s creation of HHG Giving Back, the charitable arm of HHG Legal Group. Simon has also been an Australian Law Award and Australasian Law Award finalist two years in a row, receiving runner-up for the 2015 and 2016 Managing Partner/Director of the Year and Legal Innovator of the Year awards.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.com.au

 MURRAY THORNHILL

MURRAY THORNHILLMurray is an experienced, skilled and efficient commercial dispute resolution lawyer. He leads and co-ordinates our litigation, commercial and property teams – Murray’s practice focuses on dispute resolution for SME’s and individuals in construction, insolvency, employment, and trusts and estate litigation. He has represented clients in most Courts and tribunals in WA and the Federal and High Courts, and has also advised substantial charities, school associations, principals, board members and other non-profit bodies on their unique legal challenges. He is also an experienced presenter & educator on a range of legal issues to industry and to professional and government bodies. Murray is a Notary Public with experience in all aspects of notary work.

Specialty Interests:
  • strategic employment law
  • Commercial Law Divisions
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.net
MURRAY THORNHILL

⇒ JANENE BON

JANENE BON

JANENE BONJanene Bon is Special Counsel in the Wills and Estate Planning and Property team at HHG Legal Group. She brings extensive experience in Estate and Succession Planning, Trusts, Superannuation, Deceased Estates, and Property Law. During her career, Janene has worked with many high profile and successful individuals, families and businesses; she has also assisted charitable and not-for-profit organisations with legal advice and bequest programs.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.com.au

NIGEL RICHARDS

NIGEL RICHARDS Nigel Richards is the Chief Operating Officer at HHG Legal Group; he is responsible for overseeing all operations, systems, marketing, finance, commercial and people matters. Nigel is particularly experienced in operational and strategic aspects of business, as well as payroll, rebranding, internal recruitment, HR, commercial contracts and day-to-day management.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.net
NIGEL RICHARDS

ROUCHELLE WYKES

ROUCHELLE WYKES

ROUCHELLE WYKES Rouchelle Wykes is the Chief Financial Officer at HHG Legal Group. She brings over two decades of Chief Financial Officer experience managing accounting, business support, financial planning and analysis, treasury, marketing, investor relations, internal audit and Superannuation functions. Drawing upon her impressive history, Rouchelle provides high-level strategic advice whilst managing all of the firms finance functions.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.com.au

RACHAEL TAYLOR

RACHAEL TAYLOR Rachael Taylor is the People, Performance & Culture Lead at HHG Legal Group. Rachael works closely with the operations and leadership teams and is responsible for overseeing the people function at HHG Legal Group, encompassing a wide remit including culture, employee engagement, health & wellbeing, L&D, performance development & coaching, and leadership development and coaching. Rachael has a strong passion for building and nurturing a workplace culture where our people are enabled to perform at their best, and to thrive in all areas of their lives.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Insolvency and restructuring
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.com

DR STEVE COHEN

DR STEVE COHEN

DR STEVE COHEN He has primarily worked in family law since 2004, which included a period at the Mental Health Law Centre where he advised on highly complex child-related matters for some of the most vulnerable members of our community. In addition, Steve is an adjunct lecturer at the Edith Cowan Law School where he lectures both Public Law and Family Law.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.com.au/

ROD KROON

ROD KROON Rod Kroon has over 20 years’ experience assisting Bunbury individuals and families with family and de facto law. Rod is a highly regarded accredited family law specialist. Most recently, Rod was the Legal Practice Director at Kroon Legal in Bunbury. HHG Legal Group acquired Kroon Legal and our Bunbury office was officially opened on 1 January 2021.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • insolvency practitioners
Address: Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.com
ROD KROON

MATTHEW LILLY

MATTHEW LILLY



MATTHEW LILLY Being a commercial, solutions-driven legal practitioner, and with his extensive experience, Matthew is able to deliver real value from the largest to the smallest business by providing premium and practical legal, risk and governance advice.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.com.au

HON. CHERYL EDWARDES AM

HON. CHERYL EDWARDES AM Cheryl was elected to the Western Australian Legislative Assembly as the Liberal member for Kingsley. She was immediately promoted to the front bench as Shadow Minister for Education and remained a senior frontbencher for the rest of her career, including serving as the first woman Attorney-General of Western Australia from 1993 to 1995, Family and Services Minister from 1995 to 1997, and Environment Minister from 1997 to 2001.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 18 Carey St, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia
Phone: +61897212900
Website: www.hhg.com.au
HON. CHERYL EDWARDES AM

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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3 months ago Constitutional Law

Best Constitutional Lawyer in Central coast

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Central coast gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Central coast Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Central coast located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


⇒ Kevin Vierboom

Kevin Vierboom

Kevin Vierboom Kevin is an experienced investigative and litigation lawyer. He has conducted and managed numerous complex fraud and criminal investigations. As an advocate, Kevin uses his investigative skills to identify practical lines of defence in matters before the Courts.He has extensive experience in all aspects of criminal and industrial law. He has appeared as an advocate in both the Local and District Courts in Sydney, the Central Coast and Hunter Regions.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.com.au

 Bronwyn Dwyer

Bronwyn DwyerBronwyn was admitted to practice in 1991 having completed a combined Arts/Law Degree at Macquarie University in 1990. She commenced practice in Sydney working in prominent law firms dealing with family law, criminal law, insurance, employment, personal injury, land and environment matters and commercial litigation.

Specialty Interests:
  • strategic employment law
  • Commercial Law Divisions
Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.net
Bronwyn Dwyer

⇒ Denise McCarthy

Denise McCarthy

Denise McCarthyDenise is results driven and meticulous in her preparation. Her focused approach allows her to gain real insight into each client’s circumstances and to achieve the best possible results in court. She will explain the proceedings in plain English so that you feel comfortable about going to court and know what to expect at every stage of your matter.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.com.au

Luke Del Monte

Luke Del Monte Luke advises clients in serious and complex criminal matters having acted for clients in a number of highly publicised cases. His work includes representing clients charged with Murder, Terrorism and in a number of drug importations matters involving some of the largest quantities in Australia’s history.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.net
Luke Del Monte

Katherine Le Breton

Katherine Le Breton

Katherine Le Breton Kat is a Senior Associate at Fourtree Lawyers. In 2014 she graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Psychology. In 2017 Kat was awarded the Price Waterhouse Cooper prize for excellence in Taxation Law. Kat went on to complete her Bachelor of Law and Diploma of Legal Practice in 2017 and in 2018 she was admitted as a practitioner at the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.com.au

Joseph Gilbert

Joseph Gilbert Joseph joined the Fourtree team in 2020, after completing his Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Diploma of Legal Practice at The University of Newcastle in 2019.He also completed a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance in 2017. Joseph has a 15 years history in hospitality making him compassionate and empathetic.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Insolvency and restructuring
Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.com

Sophie Wilson

Sophie Wilson

Sophie Wilson Sophie was admitted to practice in July 2020 after completing her Bachelor of Arts (Political Studies) and Laws at the University of New England in 2018, and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice through the College of Law in 2020. Sophie commenced her Legal Career whilst finishing her studies in the New England Area, before moving to Newcastle. Sophie joined the Fourtree Lawyers team in 2021.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.com.au/

Laura Horton

Laura Horton Laura was admitted to as a Lawyer to the Supreme Court of New South Wales in February 2021. She has a strong interest in practicing criminal law and is passionate about helping people who are experiencing important and often difficult times.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • insolvency practitioners
Address: Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.com
Laura Horton

Ofeina Hushon

Ofeina Hushon



Ofeina Hushon Prior to joining the Fourtree Lawyers team, Ofeina worked in the Department of Communities and Justice where he was responsible for the management of people on community-based sentences, assisting in their successful reintegration back into society, as well as providing advice to Courts and release authorities regarding sentencing and parole.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: PLATINUM BUILDING, 3:04/4 Ilya Ave, Erina NSW 2250, Australia
Phone: +61 1300 529 444
Website: www.fourtreelawyers.com.au

Ryan Finch

Ryan Finch Ryan is a Director of the firm, an Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law and head of our Criminal Law team. He joined our firm in January 2010 after working as a solicitor for the Aboriginal Legal Service in the Northern Territory and the Legal Aid Commission of New South Wales. It wasn’t long before he made his mark with colleagues for his discipline and intense drive to be the best possible advocate for every client he serves.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 3/8 Reliance Dr, Tuggerah NSW 2259, Australia
Phone: +61243503333
Website: www.aubreybrown.com.au
Ryan Finch

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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3 months ago Constitutional Law

Best Constitutional Lawyer in Ballina

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Ballina gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Ballina Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Ballina located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


⇒ ADAM GIBBS

ADAM GIBBS

ADAM GIBBS Adam Gibbs has been a solicitor in Ballina, Lennox Head and Byron Bay since 2001, and opened S + P Lawyers Ballina in July 2012. As a local business owner and family man Adam is very aware of the needs and requirements of the local community. Adam prides himself in being approachable, professional and reliable and is available to his clients at all times.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Reside, Shop 3/274 River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266816334
Website: www.splawyersballina.com.au

 ISABELLE BRALY

ISABELLE BRALYIsabelle is often found riding a longboard, surfing the local waves (of course only after the client work has been completed!) and spending time with her son and their chocolate Labrador, either playing soccer or with their toes planted firmly in the sand at their local beach.

Specialty Interests:
  • strategic employment law
  • Commercial Law Divisions
Address: Reside, Shop 3/274 River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266816334
Website: www.splawyersballina.net
ISABELLE BRALY

⇒ SAASHA GREENEY

SAASHA GREENEY

SAASHA GREENEY Saasha advises on the engagement and termination of workers, award and legislation interpretation and consultation, managing employee misconduct and underperformance. unfair dismissal and general protection disputes, and provides training on discrimination, harassment, bullying, and misconduct.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Reside, Shop 3/274 River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266816334
Website: www.splawyersballina.com.au

Julie Ferguson

Julie Ferguson After graduating from Macquarie University in 1983, Julie commenced practice as a Solicitor in 1985. After a period of practicing in Sydney, Julie moved to Lennox Head in 1989 and worked in general practice in Lismore and Casino. Julie taught at Southern Cross University, Lismore and at the TAFE. In 2000 she returned to legal practice on a full time basis and in 2007 established her own practice (GJ Legal) now Ferguson Legal.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Unit 2 Seamark Building, 26/54 River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266811804
Website: www.flsolicitors.net
Julie Ferguson

Suzanne Creak

Suzanne Creak

Suzanne Creak Sue is a well respected Accredited Specialist in Family Law and has been in practice for more than 35 years. Sue’s extensive experience comes with compassion, to assist you with all issues that arise following the breakdown of a relationship.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Unit 2 Seamark Building, 26/54 River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266811804
Website: www.flsolicitors.com.au

SUE DAKIN

SUE DAKIN Her honest and just advice will help guide you and give you the edge you need when you need the law.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Insolvency and restructuring
Address: Unit 2/48 Tamar St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266814344
Website: www.dakinlaw.com

EMMA TRUSTUM BEHAN

EMMA TRUSTUM BEHAN

EMMA TRUSTUM BEHAN Graduating with Honours in 2015, Emma joined DAKIN LAW to build on her passion for EQUITY and JUSTICE for clients when they need help with the law.Why take a “represent yourself” approach, when you can get the advice you need from DAKIN LAW

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Unit 2/48 Tamar St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266814344
Website: www.dakinlaw.com.au/

Bob Hosie

Bob Hosie Bob was raised in Lismore, attended Woodlawn College, obtained his legal qualifications from the University of Sydney and was admitted as a solicitor in 1981.Bob commenced practice in Ballina in 1983 and is very involved in Community Organisations mainly focusing on youth and disability issues. Bob is married with 3 children.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • insolvency practitioners
Address: Address: 160 River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266865455
Website: www.hosie.com
Bob Hosie

Col Simmons

Col Simmons



Col Simmons Colin joined the practice in 1988 with a background in accounting. Col undertook studies through the University of Sydney and was admitted as a Solicitor in 1994. Colin graduated to partner in 1999.Col is married with 3 children and lives in Ballina.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 160 River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266865455
Website: www.hosie.com.au

Luke Harrison

Luke Harrison Luke undertook his law degree at the University of Tasmania and was admitted as a solicitor in 2003. He began practicing in his hometown of Hobart. In 2004 Luke moved to Ballina where he worked locally as a solicitor. He joined Hosie and Partners in 2010 Luke is an active member of the Ballina Triathlon Club and the Northern Rivers Cycling Club.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 160 River St, Ballina NSW 2478, Australia
Phone: +61266865455
Website: www.hosie.com.au
Luke Harrison

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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3 months ago Constitutional Law

Best Constitutional Lawyer in Townsville

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Townsville gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Townsville Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Townsville located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


⇒ Ivan Baxter

Ivan Baxter

Ivan Baxter Ivan was born in Charters Towers, schooled in Abergowrie, went to The University of Queensland to do a law degree and landed in Townsville in 1988 to work as an Articled Clerk. He has been at O’Shea Dyer Solicitors ever since. He became a partner in the business in 1995 and when other partners retired in 2013, he became the sole director.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 225-229 Flinders St East Level 1, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747725155
Website: www.osheadyer.com.au

 Jodi Dingwall

Jodi DingwallJodi Dingwall is a sought after Family Lawyer with many years experience as a lawyer and over a decade of experience practicing exclusively in Family Law. Jodi has substantial experience representing people with complex property matters. She is experienced in assisting and representing people with a range of family law issues: property matters, parenting and child related matters, spouse maintenance and child support matters, and domestic violence.

Specialty Interests:
  • strategic employment law
  • Commercial Law Divisions
Address: 225-229 Flinders St East Level 1, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747725155
Website: www.osheadyer.net
Jodi Dingwall

⇒ Cathy Fon

Cathy Fon

Cathy Fon Cathy Fon is an experienced Wills and Estates Lawyer. She completed a Bachelor of Laws with Honours at James Cook University in 2003. Cathy then spent a year as Associate to His Honour Justice Cullinane. Cathy later completed her Articles and has been working as a lawyer on a part-time basis for many years since. While Cathy now practices exclusively in Wills and Estates Law, she has broad experience and has practiced in commercial and family law.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 225-229 Flinders St East Level 1, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747725155
Website: www.osheadyer.com.au

Emma Donald

Emma Donald Emma Donald is an experienced Family Lawyer who has been practicing exclusively in Family Law since 2015. Emma has substantial experience representing people with complex property matters. She can assist with all types of family law situations including parenting matters, complex property matters, spouse maintenance, child support, child safety and domestic violence. She has a special interest in domestic abuse cases and often appears in Court on these types of matters.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 225-229 Flinders St East Level 1, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747725155
Website: www.osheadyer.net
Emma Donald

Karina Andrew

Karina Andrew

Karina Andrew Karina Andrew is an experienced family lawyer who has been practicing as a solicitor since 2013. Karina has worked in the Burdekin, Mackay and Brisbane. Since she moved back to Townsville in 2017, she has been with community organisations. She has worked for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Legal Service NQ, the Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Legal Service and Townsville Community Law Inc. She has vast experience in family law and has also assisted people with migration law, human rights, coronial and civil disputes and many other matters.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 225-229 Flinders St East Level 1, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747725155
Website: www.osheadyer.com.au

Tyla Leo

Tyla Leo Tyla Leo joined O’Shea Dyer in 2018 while studying at James Cook University. Tyla completed a Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Laws (with Distinction) in 2019 and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice at The College of Law in July 2020. She was Admitted as a Solicitor in September 2020. Tyla has grown up in Townsville and is very involved in the North Queensland community. She was school captain at St Margaret Mary’s College in 2014, teaches dance part-time and competes in various sporting competitions.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Insolvency and restructuring
Address: 225-229 Flinders St East Level 1, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747725155
Website: www.osheadyer.com

JUSTIN IRELAND

JUSTIN IRELAND

JUSTIN IRELAND Justin is passionate about achieving life-changing outcomes for his clients. Justin’s family were farmers in New South Wales before moving to North Queensland where Justin grew up assisting his family to run businesses. Justin turned to the law in his mid-20’s, moved to Bondi Beach and completed a Bachelor of Laws from the University of New South Wales. Justin won a scholarship to go to London to study law at one of the best international law schools, University College London. Justin returned to Sydney and worked for top-tier firm Ashurst and then at DC Strategy in Sydney, before starting Strategic Lawyers, one of North Queensland’s fastest growing and dynamic law firms with an innovative and client-focused approach.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 25 Sturt St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747951114
Website: www.strategiclawyers.com.au/

VICTORIA MCCULLY

VICTORIA MCCULLY Victoria is a highly competent and experienced criminal lawyer who originates from NSW but has made Townsville her home for the last eight (8) years. From an early stage in her career, Victoria has had a passion for Crime with a particular interest in juvenile crime. One of Victoria’s key strengths is understanding the Why behind her criminal clients. From there she can best prepare a defence that is focused on seeking the very best outcomes no matter the charge. Victoria has represented a diverse and broad range of clients with an absolute focus on delivering them life changing outcomes. Victoria has acted on various criminal law matters including drug trafficking and supply, drug possession, assaults, contraventions of domestic violence orders and various traffic related matters.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • insolvency practitioners
Address: Address: 25 Sturt St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747951114
Website: www.strategiclawyers.com
VICTORIA MCCULLY

 ROB BALLAIS

ROB BALLAIS



ROB BALLAIS Rob is part of the firm’s Family Law department working in all aspects of property, parenting and divorce. Initially starting as a paralegal at the firm in 2015, Rob graduated with a Bachelor of Laws at James Cook University before his admission as a solicitor in 2016. Since his admission, Rob has worked across various departments including domestic violence, criminal law and commercial litigation, but family law has always been has always been his main area of practice. Rob takes immense pride in the output of his work and has maintained a strong track record in securing fantastic outcomes for his clients.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 25 Sturt St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747951114
Website: www.strategiclawyers.com.au

ANTHONY STURGEON

ANTHONY STURGEON Anthony is an astute and detail orientated senior lawyer who brings a wealth of experience across a broad range of practice to Strategic lawyers having studied law at the University of Queensland. With Anthony driving your case forward you can expect precision, action and experience. His subject focused areas have typically revolved around Commercial and Injury law but he also has experience in criminal law in which he has dealt with a wide range of matters across multiple jurisdictions and courts. He brings with him valuable experience gained from both Maurice Blackburn and Shine Lawyers combined with his unique ability to really get to the emotional drivers of his clients.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 25 Sturt St, Townsville QLD 4810, Australia
Phone: +61747951114
Website: www.strategiclawyers.com.au
ANTHONY STURGEON

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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3 months ago Constitutional Law

Best Constitutional Lawyer In Darwin

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Darwin gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Darwin Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Darwin located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


Peter Maley

Peter Maley

Peter Maley Well-respected for his expertise and local knowledge, Peter has built an extensive client base across the Northern Territory from Alice Springs to Darwin and into Western Australian from Kununurra to Broome. His criminal defence practice now extends to Southeast Asia where his skills are growing in demand.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 17 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8981 2266
Website: www.maleyslegal.com.au/

 Shane McMaster

Shane McMaster He graduated with a Batchelor of Laws from Charles Darwin University in 2007. After which he completed his article clerkship with the Northern Territory Department of Justice in 2008 and was admitted to the role of legal practitioners the same year.

Specialty Interests:
  • strategic employment law
  • Commercial Law Divisions
Address: 17 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8981 2266
Website: www.maleyslegal.com.au/
Shane McMaster

⇒ Gary Allison

Gary Allison

Gary AllisonAs Managing Partner, Gary is very much at the forefront of maintaining the reputation of Tindall Gask Bentley as an efficient and effective provider of quality legal services in many practice areas and across multiple jurisdictions.With a wealth of experience and versatility, Gary has delivered outstanding results for clients, achieving victories that have become benchmarks. Gary understands the particular requirements of Association members.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 1/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7814
Website: www.tgb.com.au/

Tim White

Tim White Tim White has assisted injured people for more than 25 years. He has a personal injury client base as diverse as Australian society itself, and embraces unique elements related to his varied outside interests and associations.Chief among these is Tim’s membership of the Royal Australian Air Force Reserves, in which he serves as a Legal Officer with the rank of Squadron Leader.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 1/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7814
Website: www.tgb.com.au/
Tim White

Barney Gask

Barney Gask

Barney Gask Whether by negotiation or through a trial, Barney’s efforts to secure fair compensation are grounded on solid teamwork with his clients, and a compassionate understanding of the pain and distress that brought them to his door.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 1/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7814
Website: www.tgb.com.au/

 Morry Bailes AM

Morry Bailes AM Morry continues to provide services to TGB as a senior business advisor and lawyer. He has been and remains a forward-thinking business strategist, and retains a passion for practising the law that he has held since the start of his career.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Insolvency and restructuring
Address: 1/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7814
Website: www.tgb.com.au/

Amber Sprague

Amber Sprague

Amber Sprague Amber Sprague has an exceptional knowledge of Workplace Law and a passion for delivering first rate client service has seen her elevated to the position of Partner within Tindall Gask Bentley.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 1/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7814
Website: www.tgb.com.au/

Dina Paspaliaris

Dina Paspaliaris Dina’s aim is to make each person she represents feel like they’re her only client. Whether it’s as simple as returning phone calls within 24 hours or as complex as filing urgent court applications, a desire to deliver unmatched service is Dina’s top priority.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • insolvency practitioners
Address: 1/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7814
Website: www.tgb.com.au/
Dina Paspaliaris

 Wendy Barry

Wendy Barry

Wendy Barry Wendy’s advice on property matters has ranged from simple matters to multi Million dollar settlements, involving trusts, intricate company structures, and sometimes assets spread across the world.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 1/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7814
Website: www.tgb.com.au/

 Richard Yates

Richard YatesRichard has a particular interest on issues arising or impacting on people’s employment. One legal problem at work can touch multiple areas of law and have a broad affect on a person’s employment and personal life. As a well-rounded workplace lawyer, Richard has the diverse skills required for the most complex employment law issues.

Specialty Interests:
  • Capital Market
  • Constitutional Law.
Address: 1/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8941 7814
Website: www.tgb.com.au/
Richard Yates

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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Best Constitutional Lawyer in Dandenong

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Dandenong gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Dandenong Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Dandenong located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


Australian Association of Constitutional Law

Australian Association of Constitutional Law

was formed in 1998 as a forum for scholars and practitioners of constitutional law throughout Australia. The Council of the Association, elected every two years, has principal responsibility for organising Association activities.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 185 Pelham St, Carlton VIC 3053, Australia
Phone: +61 3 8344 1011
Website: www.aacl.asn.au

Alison O’Brien PSM

Alison O’Brien PSM clients value her considerable experience and her practical understanding of Government. In particular, they appreciate her and her group’s willingness to provide quick, comprehensive and context-sensitive advice, often in what are novel legal situations. This can include providing urgent oral advice, participating in multi-disciplinary teams, responding to challenges to critical government decision-making and providing in-depth analysis to support significant reforms. Her team regularly present seminars and participate on roundtables on subjects which are tailored to public sector practitioners. They understand that government law, and its operating environment, is different.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional law and parliament, Royal commissions and inquiries
Address: 25/121 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61 3 8684 0444
Website: www.vgso.vic.gov.au
Alison O’Brien PSM

⇒ Rachel Nicolson


Rachel Nicolson

Rachel Nicolson specialises in Disputes and Investigations and is based in Melbourne. Before joining Allens, Rachel spent several years managing World Bank, ADB and Australian funded law reform projects in Asia.She has particular expertise advising on complex regulatory and law enforcement investigations and is recognised as a market leader in anti-bribery and corruption and business crime matters as well as business human rights obligations.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 37/101 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61396141011
Website: www.allens.com.au

Bethany Kleverlaan

Bethany Kleverlaan practice focuses on advising and representing public sector clients in areas of employment law, industrial relations, occupational health and safety, equal opportunity and anti-discrimination. Bethany is accessible, practical and responsive to client needs. Bethany joined the VGSO as a graduate in 2019. During her graduate year, Bethany was involved in a broad range of litigious, advisory and transactional matters. Working across various branches of the VGSO, Bethany gained experience in areas including human rights, constitutional and administrative law, commercial law, native title and litigation and dispute resolution. Bethany has also been engaged in various Royal Commissions during her time at the VGSO.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 25/121 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61 3 8684 0444
Website: www.vgso.vic.gov.au
Bethany Kleverlaan

Gordon Hughes

Gordon Hughes

Gordon Hughes is a former president of the Law Institute of Victoria, the Law Council of Australia and LAWASIA, a former chair of the Law Council’s International Law Section, and current chair of LAWASIA’s Business Law Section and of the South Pacific Lawyers’ Association. He is a qualified arbitrator and a former part-time member of the Commonwealth Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Business Law
Address: 1 Nicholson Street melbourne VLC, 3000
Phone: +61 3 9254 2888
Website: www.dcc.com.au

 Charles Parkinson

Charles Parkinson practises in corporate and commercial law, as well as constitutional law. He has a substantial trial and appellate practice, and is recognised as a leading commercial litigation and dispute resolution junior counsel in Victoria (Doyles “Best Barristers” Guide). He is an editor of the Federal Court Practice loose-leaf and is a member of the Federal Court’s General Commercial and Corporations NPA User Group in Victoria.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Corporate and Commercial Law
Address: 205 William St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61392258444
Website: www.barristers.com.au

Tom Sullivan

Tom Sullivan

Tom Sullivan is the Director of Curwen Walker Lawyers and has broad experience in family law and has worked on significant complex matters in both the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 31 Lyons Street North, Ballarat Central VIC 3350
Phone: (03) 5331 3511
Website: www.curwenwalker.com.au

Jessica Sheppard

Jessica Sheppard graduated from La Trobe university in 2020 with a Bachelor of laws (Hons)/Arts and she completed her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice with Leo Cussen Centre for Law in 2021.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 31 Lyons Street North, Ballarat Central VIC 3350
Phone: (03) 5331 3511
Website: www.curwenwalker.com.au
Jessica Sheppard

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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Best Constitutional Lawyer in Blacktown

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Blacktown gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Blacktown Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Blacktown located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


⇒ Mark Brabazon SC

Mark Brabazon SC

Mark Brabazon SC 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.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 7/180 Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 8224 3000
Website: www.7thfloor.com.au

 Richard C Kenzie

Richard C Kenzie is a leading Senior Counsel specialising in employment and constitutional law. He has been in practice at the NSW Bar since 1973 having obtained Masters Degrees from Harvard law School and Melbourne University Law School. He has been a Queens Counsel since 1984. His practice covers all areas of Public and Administrative Employment law before Superior Courts throughout Australia. Over a period in excess of 30 years he has appeared as Senior Counsel before the High Court in a large array of cases, including highly significant constitutional and administrative cases – as well as other leading cases on employment, human rights and Commonwealth election law.

Specialty Interests:
  • strategic employment law
  • Commercial Law Divisions
Address: 36/52 Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9223 1522
Website: www.statechambers.net
Richard C Kenzie

⇒ Harrison Grace

Harrison Grace

Harrison Grace 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).

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 7/180 Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 8224 3000
Website: www.7thfloor.com.au

Shane Prince SC

Shane Prince SC practices nationally with extensive experience in both trial and appellate matters. He undertakes a diverse range of matters and maintains a leading practice in each of the specialty areas of employment/industrial law and public law. He is recommended in the 2017 and 2018 Doyle’s Guide of leading employment and workplace junior counsel. In FY2016, Shane had more speaking appearances in the High Court than any other junior in Australia and equal 5th appearing counsel overall. Before being called to the Bar, Shane worked at the NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office, a boutique workplace relations firm and as head of employment law at the London Borough of Southwark.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 36/52 Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9223 1522
Website: www.statechambers.net
Shane Prince SC

Luke Livingston SC

Luke Livingston SC

Luke Livingston SC appears in trials and appeals throughout Australia in all areas of equity, commercial, corporations, taxation, constitutional and public law. Luke conducts a substantial appellate practice and is frequently briefed on appeal in matters in which he did not appear at trial. With two decades’ experience in litigation, Luke is a trusted source of advice and representation. He is experienced in leading teams of lawyers to deliver successful outcomes for clients in all sectors of the economy. He regularly appears both for and against regulators and government agencies.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 34/126 Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9151 2060
Website: www.newchambers.com.au

Margaret Allars SC

Margaret Allars SC is a Professor of Law, personal chair, Faculty of Law, The University of Sydney. (From 2002 fractional .25 appointment). Member, Administrative Law Committee Federal Litigation Section, Law Council of Australia.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Insolvency and restructuring
Address: 180 Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9232 7609
Website: www.elevenwentworth.com

Garbis Kolokossian

Garbis Kolokossian

Garbis Kolokossian commenced his employment with Gerard Malouf & Partners in 2007. This has seen him progress from administrative roles, to clerical work, working as a junior solicitor, progressing to work as a senior solicitor and then proceeding to accept the role in senior management as a Partner of this firm.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Lawyers & Solicitors, Castle Hill, NSW 2154
Phone: 1300 173 316
Website: www.gerardmaloufpartners.com.au/

Stephen Free SC

Stephen Free SC practices nationally, undertaking trial and appellate work in a range of areas in State and Federal Courts. He specializes in public and commercial law matters, including competition, civil penalty and regulatory matters. He has appeared in various Royal Commissions, Tribunals and other Commissions of Inquiry, including as Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. He acts for the Commonwealth in the ongoing Royal Commission into Aged Care. Notable recent matters include appearing for Westpac in the High Court in Westpac v Lenthall, concerning the validity of common fund orders.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • insolvency practitioners
Address: Address: 180 Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9232 7609
Website: www.elevenwentworth.com
Stephen Free SC

 Dr Gary Rumble

Dr Gary Rumble

Dr Gary Rumble is one of Australia’s leading government and constitutional lawyers. He advises Government on complex policy implementation, ‘litigation-proof’ decision-making, and on defending decisions being challenged. He also acts for the private sector on dealings with Government. Gary has held senior positions in Government including as Chief Counsel with the Cth Dept. of Human Services, and has been a partner with two major law firms.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Australia Square, Level 22/264 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61 2 8035 5200
Website: www.keypointlaw.com.au

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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Best Constitutional Lawyer In Midland

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Midland gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Midland Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Midland located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


Anthony J Aristei

Anthony J Aristei

Anthony J Aristei Anthony J Aristei (‘Tony’) was admitted to practice in Western Australia in 1985, and admitted as an independent barrister in 1996. With over 30 years of legal experience, Tony has a wealth of experience acting for a wide range of clients and has provided advice and representation in over a thousand cases during that time. Tony has acted as counsel in numerous high profile or reported cases over the years (that is, in the Western Australian Law Reports, State Reports or various Federal Reports).

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 4/16 Irwin St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Phone: +61892218337
Website: www.irwinlegal.com.au/

 Andrew Neagu

Andrew Neagu Andrew Neagu joined Irwin Legal as a law clerk in 2014 and was admitted to practice in 2015 in the Supreme Court of Western Australia and in the High Court of Australia. Andrew holds the degrees of Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Accounting from Murdoch University. Andrew primarily practices in civil litigation and dispute resolution and makes regular appearances in the Magistrates, District, Supreme and Federal Courts.

Specialty Interests:
  • strategic employment law
  • Commercial Law Divisions
Address: 4/16 Irwin St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Phone: +61892218337
Website: www.irwinlegal.com.au/
Andrew Neagu

⇒ Raymond Tan


Raymond Tan

Raymond TanRaymond Tan, Director From the streets of Tiong Bahru, Singapore to Perth, Western Australia, Who is Raymond? The law practice of Tan and Tan Lawyers Pty Ltd have been around for over 3 decades having started with Charles Tan and Co in 1984. The director, Raymond Tan took over the practice from his brother Charles Tan in July 2003.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Unit 6/78 Terrace Rd, East Perth WA 6004, Australia
Phone: +61892212888
Website: www.tanandtanlawyers.com.au/

Jim Tan

Jim Tan Jim graduated with an Honours Degree from the University of Liverpool and was admitted to practice as a Lawyer in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2019.Prior to being admitted, Jim gained significant experience working as a law graduate at various boutique firms.Jim’s principal areas of practice are in general legal, commercial litigation and family law.His litigation work covers a wide range of matter types, such as debt recovery, negligence claims and shareholder disputes.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Unit 6/78 Terrace Rd, East Perth WA 6004, Australia
Phone: +61892212888
Website: www.tanandtanlawyers.com.au/
Jim Tan

Kimberley Yee Hui Kim

Kimberley Yee Hui Kim

Kimberley Yee Hui Kim Prior to joining Tan and Tan Lawyers, Yee Hui worked in various boutique law firms and volunteered her time at a not-for-profit law firm where she assisted vulnerable clients in the areas of property, housing, debt and employment law. She has experience in family law, commercial law, migration law and estate matters. Yee Hui has assisted in Administrative Appeals Tribunal, District Court and Magistrates Court matters.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Unit 6/78 Terrace Rd, East Perth WA 6004, Australia
Phone: +61892212888
Website: www.tanandtanlawyers.com.au/

 Mark Andrews

Mark Andrews Mark was born and raised in Perth’s northern suburbs. After obtaining an Associate Diploma of Business as well as a Certificate of Legal Studies, Mark graduated from Murdoch Law School with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) in 1994. He subsequently completed his article clerkship with a prominent criminal defence Queens Counsel.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Insolvency and restructuring
Address: Level 1/533 Hay St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Phone: +61892212991
Website: www.markandrewslegal.com.au/

Trent Andrews

Trent Andrews

Trent Andrews Trent was born and raised in Perth’s southern suburbs. While studying law at UWA he worked as a researcher and analyst in private equity. Trent discovered his passion for criminal law and advocacy while successfully competing in the trial advocacy and mooting competitions at law school. Upon completing his law studies, Trent teamed up with Mark in the Father and Son family business Andrews Legal.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Level 1/533 Hay St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Phone: +61892212991
Website: www.markandrewslegal.com.au/

Tabitha Raphael

Tabitha Raphael Tabitha was born and raised in Perth’s southern suburbs. Tabitha completed a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Economics and Business Law at UWA in 2015. During that period of time, she developed an interest in the law which led her to commencing a Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Pathway) at Curtin University in 2016. During her free time, she engaged in many different clerkship and legal volunteering opportunities to further her knowledge and experience.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • insolvency practitioners
Address: Level 1/533 Hay St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Phone: +61892212991
Website: www.markandrewslegal.com.au/
Tabitha Raphael

 Dr Ben Clarke


Dr Ben Clarke

Dr Ben Clarke Ben was born and raised in Perth. After completing a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Tasmania in 1990, he graduated with a Master of Laws degree from the University of Bristol in 1992. He subsequently completed his article clerkship with a suburban law firm in Applecross before moving to Queensland where he specialised in criminal law.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: Level 1/533 Hay St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Phone: +61892212991
Website: www.markandrewslegal.com.au/

 David Kiel

David KielDavid has particular expertise in employment law. In addition to handling employment-related litigation, David advises on a variety of employment law issues including unfair dismissal and general protections, performance management, termination of employment, contracts of employment and restraints of trade, NES entitlements, awards and enterprise agreements, superannuation and taxation, workplace bullying and harassment, occupational health and safety, policies and procedures, transfers of business, redundancies and reorganisation.

Specialty Interests:
  • Capital Market
  • Constitutional Law.
Address: Suite 3, Level 1/7 Ventnor Ave, West Perth WA 6005, Australia
Phone: +61861864100
Website: www.dpsk.com.au/
David Kiel

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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Best Constitutional Lawyer In Frankston

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Frankston gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Frankston Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Frankston located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


 Rachel Nicolson

Rachel Nicolson

Rachel Nicolson specialises in Disputes and Investigations and is based in Melbourne. Before joining Allens, Rachel spent several years managing World Bank, ADB and Australian funded law reform projects in Asia.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Competition and Administrative Law
Address: 37/101 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61396141011
Website: www.allens.com.au

⇒ Charles Parkinson

Dr Charles Parkinson practises in corporate and commercial law, as well as constitutional law.He has a substantial trial and appellate practice, and is recognised as a leading commercial litigation.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Corporate and Commercial Law
Address: 205 William St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61392258444
Website: www.barristers.com.au
Dr Charles Parkinson

⇒ Jessica Cleaver

Jessica Cleaver

Jessica Cleaver leads a team of lawyers, the Constitution and Advice Team, at the VGSO, and has particular expertise in providing advice.

Specialty Interests:
  • Administrative Law
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 25/121 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61386840444
Website: www.vgso.vic.com.au


Simon Pitt

Simon Pitt came to the Bar from Herbert Geer & Rundle Lawyers in 2003. He has since built trial-based practice with a particular focus on complex trusts, equity and probate litigation.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional law
  • Contract Law
Address: Room 16 Level 38 140 William Street Melbourne Vic 3000
Phone: +61 3 9225 6978
Website: www.greenslist.com.au
Simon Pitt

⇒ Jonathan Bayly

Jonathan Bayly

Mr Jonathan Bayly also provides detailed advice to government and private clients on complex matters involving administrative law, constitutional law, statutory interpretation and torts (including negligence, defamation, assault, battery and false imprisonment).

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Administrative law Law
  • Statutory Interpretation Law
Address: 180 William St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61 3 9225 6963
Website: www.bcl.com.au

Khaled Metlej

Khaled Metlej assists the Insolvency and Tax-Debt litigation practice. Having represented government and insolvency clients for over 15 years, he has acted in complex and high profile litigation matters across Australia.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional law
  • Contract Law
Address: Level 9, 224 Queen Street Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: 1300 123 529
Website: www.craddock.com.au/
Khaled Metlej

Gordon Hughes

Dr Gordon Hughes

Dr Gordon Hughes is a former president of the Law Institute of Victoria, the Law Council of Australia and LAWASIA, a former chair of the Law Council’s International Law Section.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Business Law
Address: 1 Nicholson Street melbourne VLC, 3000
Phone: +61 3 9254 2888
Website: www.dcc.com.au

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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Best Constitutional Lawyer In Hobart

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the Best Constitutional Lawyer in Hobart gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Hobart Constitutional Lawyer. To help you find the best Constitutional Lawyer Hobart located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.


Steve Knight

Steve Knight

Steve Knight Steve Knight is the chairman of our board and a principal in our insurance litigation and dispute resolution department. He is a leading insurance litigation lawyer.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/

James Ramsay

James Ramsay James Ramsay is a director of our board and a principal in our commercial group. He heads our property team and has broad experience in dealing with large scale property developments and transactions.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Complex property disputes
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/
James Ramsay

⇒ Audrey Mills

Audrey Mills

Audrey Mills Audrey Mills is a director of our board and a principal in our commercial litigation team. She is one of Tasmania’s leading litigation lawyers.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/

⇒Damon Symes

Damon Symes is a director of our board and a principal in our insurance litigation and dispute resolution department.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/
Damon Symes

⇒Tim Bugg

Tim Bugg

Tim Bugg Tim Bugg is our managing director and one of our principals . He is a highly experienced dispute resolution lawyer and practises primarily as a member of our family and relationships law team.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/

Craig Green

Craig Green Craig Greenis in-house counsel in our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team, specialising in employment law. He represents and advises employers in a wide range of industries, including the education, transport and disability sectors.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/
Craig Green

JENNIFER O’FARRELL

JENNIFER O’FARRELL

Jennifer Jennifer is a commercial litigation and dispute resolution lawyer. She has a particular interest in insolvency, personal property securities, administrative and local government law.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/

Susan Larsen-Scott

Susan Larsen-Scott is a principal in our commercial team. She is a leading commercial lawyer, particularly in the fields of intellectual property, privacy and right to information.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law.
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/
Susan Larsen-Scott

Kaela Krushka

Kaela Krushka

Kaela Krushka has experience in a wide range of commercial and related disputes including acting for major lenders in mortgage repossessions, acting for individuals and companies in property disputes, debt recovery matters and contract claims.

Specialty Interests:
  • Constitutional Law
Address: 59 Harrington Street Hobart Tasmania 7000
Phone: +61 3 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au/

Kim Heap

Kim Heap Kim Heap is a senior associate specialising in migration law. She was formerly a registered migration agent (MARN 1575473) prior to the deregulation of the migration advice industry for Australian legal practitioners on 22 March 2021.

Specialty Interests:
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Compensation Claims
Address: 276 Keira St, Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia
Phone: 02 4228 5911
Website: www.mandm.net.au/
Kim Heap

Constitutional Law

Constitutional law is part of public law . It regulates the relationship between the state as sovereign and its citizens. The most important legal basis is the Basic Law – the German constitution. The constitution grants the citizens and in part also all people certain basic rights. The state may only intervene in these rights under very strict conditions and only up to a certain limit.

The constitutional law regulated in the Basic Law consists of the following regulations and principles :

  • Fundamental rights that describe the relationship between state authority and individual citizens
  • Federal state structure , i.e. the relationship between the federal government and the federal states
  • Functions and tasks of the highest state organs Bundestag, Bundesrat, Federal President and Federal Government
  • State functions in the execution of federal laws, federal administration, jurisdiction and finance
  • Transitional and final provisions

Core component in constitutional law: fundamental rights

The inviolability of human dignity is the first regulation in the Basic Law. The fundamental rights of Art. 1-19 GG is at the top of the constitution for a reason. Its high status is based on the experiences of the Weimar Republic and National Socialism. Today, as an essential core of constitutional law, fundamental rights bind all state powers. It is the duty of the state to protect and uphold these fundamental rights.

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