Young’s List welcomes barristers Mia Clarebrough, Shaun Clement and Nick Wallwork
Young’s List congratulates Mia Clarebrough, Shaun Clement and Nick Wallwork on signing the Bar Roll, and wish them every success in their careers at the Victorian Bar.
Mia Clarebrough practices in taxation and revenue law, commercial law, administrative law, equity and trusts.
Mia spent six years with Norton Rose Fulbright where she advised corporate and government clients on tax, commercial and corporations law matters. Before being admitted to practice as a solicitor, Mia worked in the Corporate and International Tax team at Deloitte for four years, where she developed an in-depth knowledge of direct taxes with a particular focus on tax consolidation, tax losses and the debt and equity rules.
Mia provides tax and commercial advice to clients and assists in dealings with the Australian Taxation Office and State and Territory Revenue Offices, particularly in relation to ruling requests, objections, position papers and settlement negotiations.
Shaun Clement specialises in commercial law, with a particular focus in the areas of professional negligence, insolvency and partnership disputes.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Shaun practiced as a solicitor at Arnold Bloch Leibler in the litigation and dispute resolution practice group. Shaun acted for directors, auditors and corporate advisors in several large-scale Supreme Court proceedings as well as for listed companies, corporate advisory firms, insolvency practitioners, family businesses and high-net-worth individuals in various jurisdictions.
Shaun has also advised liquidators and administrators in relation to selling company assets, conducting public examinations and commencing proceedings in the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Nick Wallwork practises in commercial, maritime and public law.
Before coming to the Bar, Nick worked in the chambers of the Honourable Chief Justice Allsop of the Federal Court. Nick assisted in the management of the Court’s appellate jurisdiction and is experienced in each of the Court’s practice areas including commercial and corporations, admiralty and maritime, and administrative and constitutional law. Nick has particular experience in bankruptcy and insolvency, admiralty, insurance, commercial class actions, directors’ duties, and consumer and regulatory actions.
In addition to his work as a NCF Registrar, Nick was an Admiralty Marshal of the Federal Court and was involved in the arrest of ships.
To brief Mia, Shaun or Nick please contact Tammy on +61 3 9225 6777 or after hours on +61 (0)414 523 515.