Antony Trood


Barrister

Admitted:
1 May 1979
Bar:
17 May 1984
Location:
Room 07xx, William Crockett Chambers,
530 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

During his career at the Bar, Tony D Trood has had extensive experience in all areas of Criminal law. He has practiced in all jurisdictions from the Children's Court to the Court of Appeal. Tony is a Victoria Legal Aid Criminal Trial preferred barrister.He has significant trial and appellate experience both as defence counsel and prosecutor. He recently appeared in Australia's first joint terrorism trial in the Supreme Court of Victoria.Tony also has significant experience in the Coronial jurisdiction.

He has appeared in a wide range of matters including the series of Police Shooting Inquests in the 1990s, aviation matters and occupational health and safety matters. In addition he appeared in the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Tony also accepts briefs and is experienced in a wide range of disciplinary and tribunal matters and all other quasi criminal jurisdictions.

In the past he has appeared on behalf of Auditors/Accountants, Legal Practitioners, Pharmacists, Teachers, Police Officers and Commercial Fishermen. He has appeared before such bodies as the Australian Crime Commission and Ministerial Inquiries.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Appellate
Criminal Law
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law

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During his career at the Bar, Tony D Trood has had extensive experience in all areas of Criminal law. He has practiced in all jurisdictions from the Children's Court to the Court of Appeal. Tony is a Victoria Legal Aid Criminal Trial preferred barrister.He has significant trial and appellate experience both as defence counsel and prosecutor. He recently appeared in Australia's first joint terrorism trial in the Supreme Court of Victoria.Tony also has significant experience in the Coronial jurisdiction.

He has appeared in a wide range of matters including the series of Police Shooting Inquests in the 1990s, aviation matters and occupational health and safety matters. In addition he appeared in the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Tony also accepts briefs and is experienced in a wide range of disciplinary and tribunal matters and all other quasi criminal jurisdictions.

In the past he has appeared on behalf of Auditors/Accountants, Legal Practitioners, Pharmacists, Teachers, Police Officers and Commercial Fishermen. He has appeared before such bodies as the Australian Crime Commission and Ministerial Inquiries.