Jane Needham SC has written an article for the Sydney Morning Herald, commenting on sexual harassment in the legal profession.
Susan Phillips recently appeared as Junior Counsel in the Federal Court in the matter of George on behalf of the Gkuthaarn and Kukatj v State of Queensland  FCA 1310. In an interview with the ABC, Phillips stated that “This particular claim commenced in November 2012, but the people have been seeking recognition of their native […]
The paper was titled “Life Cycle of a Family Provision Claim in NSW: A Practical Walkthrough” and was authored with Patricia Muscat.
Jane Needham SC to speak on panel at Macquarie Group regarding Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession
In recent months, sexual harassment in the legal profession has been making headlines in Australia, and for many this has been difficult to comprehend. With sexual harassment inflicting such harm to women and equality, as well as to workplace culture and society as a whole, what can we do about its pernicious presence within our […]
13 St James Hall wishes to congratulate the following Floor members who have been listed in the Doyle’s rankings: Leading Native Title Barristers Junior Counsel – Australia, 2020 Preeminent – Susan Phillips Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Senior Counsel – New South Wales, 2020 Preeminent – Jane Needham SC Leading – Michael Willmott SC Leading […]
Jane Needham SC participated in a panel on 21 July 2020 convened by Professor Louise Chappell of the Australian Human Rights Institute of UNSW Law on sexual harassment in the legal profession. Fran Kelly of ANC Radio moderated, and fellow panellists included Professor Andrea Durbach, Adrienne Morton, and Dr Kasey McLoughlin.
The book titled, The Law of Bankruptcy Notices and Creditors’ Petitions, explains the applicable laws and procedures under the Bankruptcy Act 1966 (Cth), the Bankruptcy Regulations 1996, the Federal Court (Bankruptcy) Rules 2016 and the Federal Circuit Court (Bankruptcy) Rules 2016 relevant to bankruptcy notices and creditor’s petitions. Also discussed are the recent changes to […]
Michelle Castle, a member of 13th Floor St James Hall, recently appeared as junior counsel in the High Court in the matter of Bell Lawyers v Pentelow  HCA29. In an historic decision, the High Court held that the Chorley exception is not part of the common law of Australia. The decision can be found […]
Jane Needham SC to present the annual NSW Young Lawyers State of the Profession Address 19 September 2019
On September 19 at the Law Society of NSW, Jane Needham SC will present the annual NSW Young Lawyers State of the Profession Address. Jane will be delving into the topic of ‘how to be a good lawyer’ in 2019. Date: Thursday 19 September 2019 Time: 6-8pm Venue: The Law Society of NSW, 170 Phillip Street, Sydney […]
Michelle Castle, Barrister and Nicholas Dayle, Partner of Gillis Delaney, recently had an article published in the ARITA journal in relation to Shareholders’ Rights in a Bankrupt Estate. The article is available to read here: Shareholders’ Rights in a Bankrupt Estate