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Emily
Latif

Emily has a significant practice in the Federal Court (exercising its original and appellate jurisdiction) and the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia. Emily has appeared in the Supreme and Magistrates Courts of Victoria and the VCAT.

In 2004 and 2005, Emily was Associate to Justice Kenny at the Federal Court of Australia. Emily sat with Her Honour on a broad range of matters including Industrial relations, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity, Intellectual Property, Part IV Trade Practices Act, Migration, Taxation and Corporations Law.

Prior to that appointment, Emily worked as a Solicitor at Allens Arthur Robinson in the Commercial Litigation group. She practised in a wide range of areas, including occupational health and safety, discrimination, personal injury, migration, trade practices, class actions and other major litigation.

Emily also spent 12 months working in the firm's construction department. In that role, she gave commercial and litigation advice, drafted agreements and prepared for major domestic and international arbitrations.

Emily’s practice is broad and includes administrative and commercial (including employment) law. Emily maintains an interest in family law, particularly matters concerning children.

Emily was awarded the Butterworths’ prize in Evidence.

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Contact

PH +61 3 +61 3 9225 8672
Email emily.latif@vicbar.com.au

Chambers: Room 208
Joan Rosanove Chambers
550 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne 3000

Practice Areas

Appellate
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Royal Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law
Information Privacy
Immigration
Human Rights Law
Discrimination & Equal Opportunity
Disciplinary Proceedings
Judicial Review
Merits Review

ADMISSIONS

Admitted to the Legal Profession:
06 May 2002
Signed Victorian Bar Roll:
10 Nov 2005

Qualifications

BA, LL.B (Hons)

Committee Memberships

Supreme Court - The Judicial Review and Appeals Users' Group