François Salama was called to the Bar in 2006.
François is an experienced and highly sought-after advocate, known for his direct but personable approach. Prior to being called to the Bar, he worked for many years as a volunteer clerk at Blackstone Chambers and subsequently for a brief period, working for law firm Colin Biggers Paisley (now CBP Lawyers).
François has a diverse practice in general equity and commercial litigation matters, with specialised focus and experience in Succession, Wills and Probate Advice and Litigation, Family Provision, Building & Construction, Contracts, Real Property and Corporate Insolvency. François also regularly appears in the State and Federal Courts of Australia, both at a trial and appellate level.
In addition, François has published a number of academic articles and regularly presents at academic conferences on recent changes in the law in which he practices.
François was recommended by the Doyle’s Guide as a Leading Junior Counsel in Wills & Estates Litigation, New South Wales, in 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023.
François is also a Full Member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).