D’Arcy practices in a broad range of commercial law and public law matters.
D’Arcy was previously a solicitor in King and Wood Mallesons’ and Norton Rose Fulbright’s commercial litigation teams. He has particular experience in contract, financial services, class actions, competition and consumer, construction and building disputes, administrative law and Royal Commissions. D’Arcy also has experience as in-house counsel from being seconded to Transurban and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
D’Arcy holds a postgraduate degree in law, undergraduate degrees in law and arts, and a diploma of languages (Chinese). D’Arcy received the highest mark in his cohort for Administrative Law and International Commercial Litigation as part of his undergraduate studies. He is also a sessional academic at Deakin University, where he has been involved in many commercial law and public law subjects, including teaching constitutional law and torts.
D’Arcy is reading with Helen Tiplady and his senior mentor is Robert Craig QC.
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Aickin Chambers (Level 28)
Level 1 Level 28 200 Queen Street
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Competition Law & Consumer Law
Property & Probate
Civil Procedure Law
Corporations Law & Securities Law
Banking & Finance
Bankruptcy Law & Insolvency Law
Building Law & Construction Law
International Commercial Law
Energy Law & Resources Law
Environmental Law & Planning Law
Equity & Trusts
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law
Admitted to the Legal Profession:
04 Dec 2018
Signed Victorian Bar Roll:
05 May 2022
Master of Laws (expected completion May 2022); Bachelor of Laws; Bachelor of Arts; Diploma of Languages (Mandarin)
Also Entitled to Practise in
Federal Court of Australia
High Court of Australia