Hayden A Rattray

Admitted:
7 Apr 2010
Bar:
16 May 2013
Location:
David Ross Chambers,
Level 12 271 William Street, Melbourne, 3000
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PROFILE

Hayden Rattray practises in criminal law and in related proceedings including Worksafe, ASIC and industry commission prosecutions, administrative law, and licensing and disciplinary tribunal hearings. He is a Victoria Legal Aid Criminal Trial preferred barrister and holds an Indictable Crime Certificate from the Victorian Bar.

Hayden also practises in construction, planning and local government law.

Hayden commenced his practice in 2007 as an employee solicitor at the New Zealand Securities Commission. He then worked in general practice before moving to Victoria and commencing practice here in 2010. Until he signed the bar roll Hayden practised as a solicitor advocate specialising in indictable criminal cases.

Hayden is committed to ensuring that his clients receive the best quality advice and representation and understands the importance to a solicitor of receiving high quality and timely service from a barrister.

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation. The information referred to above has been supplied by the barrister concerned. Neither Victorian Bar Inc nor the barrister's clerk have independently verified the accuracy or completeness of the information and neither accepts any responsibility in that regard.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Commercial Law
Common Law
Criminal Law
Environmental Law & Planning Law
Industrial Relations Law & Employment Law
Public Law & Administrative Law

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Hayden Rattray practises in criminal law and in related proceedings including Worksafe, ASIC and industry commission prosecutions, administrative law, and licensing and disciplinary tribunal hearings. He is a Victoria Legal Aid Criminal Trial preferred barrister and holds an Indictable Crime Certificate from the Victorian Bar.

Hayden also practises in construction, planning and local government law.

Hayden commenced his practice in 2007 as an employee solicitor at the New Zealand Securities Commission. He then worked in general practice before moving to Victoria and commencing practice here in 2010. Until he signed the bar roll Hayden practised as a solicitor advocate specialising in indictable criminal cases.

Hayden is committed to ensuring that his clients receive the best quality advice and representation and understands the importance to a solicitor of receiving high quality and timely service from a barrister.