Full Name: Ms Ffyona Livingstone Clark
Phone: +61 3 9225 7932
Mobile: 0428 060 780
Chambers: Owen Dixon Chambers West
Room: 1126
Date of Admission: 18 Mar 2014
Called to the Bar: 26 Oct 2017
Qualifications: LLB (Bond), GDLP (ANU)
Previous Occupation: Solicitor Advocate


Ffyona accepts briefs in all areas of criminal and quasi-criminal law including inquests, inquiries, local government prosecutions, OH&S and other regulatory matters. 

Since coming to the Bar, Ffyona has appeared for both prosecution and defence, and in a wide range of criminal matters in the Children's Court, Magistrates' Court, County Court, and in the Supreme Court. She has also appeared in contested hearings in the Children's Court, Magistrates' Court, and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, and in trials in the County Court.  She is a member of the Commonwealth DPP External Junior Counsel Panel. Her opinion and advice practice is equally diverse. 

Before coming to the Bar Ffyona worked as a solicitor advocate in private practice, at the Department of Health and Human Services, and Victoria Legal Aid. She has also worked at the Coroners' Court of Victoria, the Law Institute of Victoria, Robert Stary Lawyers (now Stary Norton Halphen), and Legal Aid Queensland. 

Ffyona is completing a Master of Laws (Criminal Practice) under the supervision of the Honourable Terry Buddin SC (NSW Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeal), and Hugh Selby (Barrister, co-author of “Expert Evidence: Law, Practice, Procedure and Advocacy”). Her thesis considered evidentiary issues with the pre-recorded evidence of child complainants in sex offences. 

Ffyona is an Ordinary Member of the Criminal Bar Association Committee. She is also a member of the Victorian Bar's LGBTI Working Group, a sub-group of the Bar's Equality & Diversity Committee.  Ffyona also sits on the Australian Bar Association's Criminal Law Committee, and Diversity & Inclusion Committee. 

Ffyona read with Elizabeth Ruddle. Her senior mentor was Rachel Doyle SC. 

Areas of Practice


  • Criminal Appeals

Criminal Law


Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions

  • Coronial Inquests
  • Disciplinary Tribunals
  • Domestic Building Tribunal
  • Fair Work Commission
  • Military Tribunals
  • Royal Commissions
  • Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal (VOCAT)
  • Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT)

Public Law & Administrative Law

  • Disciplinary Proceedings
  • Extradition
  • Freedom of Information (FOI)
  • Health & Medical

Also Entitled to Practise in

  • High Court of Australia

Committee Memberships

  • (Ordinary Members) Criminal Bar Association
From 27 Oct 2017, liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

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