Foley’s List, an independent group of over 300 barristers servicing the legal fraternity in all areas of practice. Foley’s barristers own and operate the List. Well respected and with a long tradition of service excellence, Foley’s List is Australia’s leading barristers’ group.

Foley's List regards its barristers as among the leading authorities in their areas of practice. The List is pleased to share the knowledge and expertise of its most experienced and emerging barristers. 

Foley's List CPD resources are offered as a service to practitioners and are freely available online. There is no charge to attend a Foley's List CPD seminar. We are happy to provide CPD seminars to firms, businesses and organisations.

Friday, 4th October 2019
Catherine Dermody

List Member Catherine Dermody has been recognised by her peers as a leading junior counsel in Australian Competition Law. (Doyles Guide October 4, 2019)

Tuesday, 24th September 2019
Leading Wills and Estates Litigation Barristers

Foley's List Members Andrew Panna QC, Andrew Dickenson, Stewart McNab and Lachlan Wraith have been recognised by their peers as leading counsel in Wills and Estates practice in Victoria. (Doyles Guide, 24 September 2019)

Monday, 2nd September 2019
The New Foley's List Website

The new Foley’s List website provides a modern design and makes it even easier for website visitors to find the information they need in order to engage the right Barrister for their requirements, including the following features:

  • My List – the visitor can add Barristers of interest to build a short list. From their My List, accessed at any time from the top navigation, the visitor can email the list to the email address they enter, print the list, or save it as a PDF.
  • Barrister Search – backed by the VicBar data, but implemented to provide superior search performance, the visitor can type in parts of the names of barristers, or search through practice areas. Having searched, the visitor can then filter the results by a range of options including seniority, gender and sub-practice areas.
  • Site-wide Searching – through the one search function, a visitor can now search through barristers, CPD resources, and web pages.
  • Enhanced Barrister Profiles – when browsing a barrister profile, the visitor will see CPD resources published by that barrister through the Foley’s List website, and can click through to read the publication, further helping to establish the expertise of the barrister. The profiles also include updated photographs of our barristers. Barrister phone numbers can be clicked to make an immediate phone call straight from the web page.
  • Enhanced CPD Resources – when viewing a particular CPD resource, you can now access the resource in a variety of formats, from the one page. The author names link through to the relevant barrister profile for your easy reference. As a service to the industry all our CPD resources are free and don’t require any form of registration.
Sunday, 1st September 2019
CPD update - Environment and Planning

In her latest articles, Julie Davis looks at neighbouhood tree disputes, garden area requirements and applications subject to a range of planning scheme provisions.

Thursday, 22nd August 2019
Leading Criminal Barristers

List Members John Dickinson QC, Philip Dunn QC, Daniel Gurvich QC, David Hallowes S.C., Paul Holdenson QC, Dr Ian Freckelton QC, Colin Mandy S.C.; and junior counsel, Stewart Bayles, Chris Carr, Marcus Dempsey, Richard Edney, Jason Gullaci, Dr Mark Gumbleton, Sharon Lacy, Anthony Lewis, Simon Moglia, Daniel Sala, Ruth Shann, Fiona Todd and Sam Tovey have been recognised by their peers as leading Criminal Law Barristers in Victoria. (Doyles Guide, 22 August 2019)


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