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Daniel
Aghion

Daniel Aghion has a broad civil and commercial litigation practice, including advice and appearances in matters concerning property, commercial and contract law, equity, trade practices, insurance and professional negligence, construction and torts. Daniel is a recognised expert on the difficult question of proportionate liability having appeared in some of the leading cases in this area.

Daniel also holds a Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne, specialising in commercial equity and trade practices, negligence, insurance, construction, evidence and procedure.

Chambers and Partners ranks Daniel as one of Australia’s leading junior barristers. Best Lawyers lists Daniel as a leading Australian lawyer in the areas of professional malpractice litigation and real property law.

In 2014, Daniel received the Ron Merkel QC award from the Victorian Bar for his pro bono advice and advocacy in respect of homelessness and elder law.

Daniel has gained particular experience in legal issues concerning property development, pharmacy and insurance (including re-insurance).

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Contact

PH +61 3 8600 1777
Email aghion@chancery.com.au
FAX +61 3 8600 1770

Chambers: Level 26
Chancery Chambers
200 Queen Street
Melbourne 3000

Practice Areas

Alternative Dispute Resolution
Neutral Evaluators
Mediators
Expert Determiners
Appellate
Civil Appeals
Commercial
Restraint of Trade
Real Property
Professional Liability
Insurance
Contractual Disputes
Building and Construction
Banking
Appellate
Common Law/Personal Injury
Professional Negligence
Negligence
Intentional Torts
Defamation
Equity
Real Property
Trusts
Appellate
Public/Administrative
Judicial Review and administrative law
Disciplinary Proceedings

ADMISSIONS

Admitted to the Legal Profession:
07 Apr 1997
Signed Victorian Bar Roll:
20 Nov 1997

Qualifications

BA, LLB (Monash), LLM (Melb)

Also Entitled to Practise in

Australian Capital Territory
Federal Court of Australia
High Court of Australia
New South Wales
Northern Territory
Queensland
South Australia
Tasmania
Western Australia