Young’s List is delighted to congratulate Garry Bigmore QC, Charles Scerri QC, Jeremy Twigg SC, Matthew Harvey, Daniel Aghion and Anton Trichardt, who have been acknowledged as leaders in their field and recognised as notable practitioners in the Chambers Asia-Pacific Guide 2015.
Garry Bigmore QC is recognised as a “very impressive and experienced’ barrister with ‘an encyclopaedic knowledge of insolvency law which is second to none.” He is described as especially well qualified to handle cases concerning the failure of managed investment schemes in the agribusiness sector, having recently acted in Victorian Supreme Court and Court of Appeal proceedings arising from the collapses of the Great Southern Group and Willmott Forests.
Charles Scerri QC is described by his instructors as ‘one of the top half-dozen’ practising at the Victorian Bar. Praised for his skill in handling competition, contractual and property matters, Charles is also described as an ‘established and experienced silk,’ who is a prominent advocate on mining matters.
Jeremy Twigg SC is recognised as a notable practitioner in Construction and Infrastructure and is described by instructors as an experienced construction and engineering practitioner who provides “creative and insightful analysis”.
Matthew Harvey, who is the current President of the Maritime Law Association, is listed as a notable practitioner in the practice area of shipping. Matthew is widely praised as an ‘articulate, experienced shipping counsel’ with solicitors singling him out as ‘one of those barristers who make you look good in the eyes of your client.’
Anton Trichardt is also listed amongst the leading barristers in the area of shipping. He is described as “very good technically” and “an outside-the-box thinker”.
Daniel Aghion is listed as a notable practitioner in the dispute resolution area and is described by clients as being ‘thorough, organised, technically adept and excellent on his feet.’
For further information about briefing these barristers, please call Tammy Young on +61 3 9225 6777 or after hours on +61 (0)414 523 515.