Daniel T Cash


Barrister

Admitted:
15 Mar 2005
Bar:
20 Nov 2008
Location:
Room Foleys list, Owen Dixon Chambers East,
205 William Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Daniel Cash is a trial advocate specialising in family law, criminal law and intervention order proceedings.

Family Law

For over a decade Daniel has been representing clients in Courts exercising jurisdiction under the Family Law Act  (1975) in relation to both parenting and property proceeedings. He provides specialist advice and representation to clients in mediations, interim hearings and trials. Daniel accepts VLA funded family law briefs.

Criminal Law

In the criminal law jurisdiction Daniel appears regularly in privately funded trials, appeals, pleas, committal hearings and summary contested hearings. He has appeared in the High Court of Australia and in the Victorian Supreme Court of Appeal in appeals against sentence.

Intervention Orders:

Daniel has particular expertise in representing privately funded clients applying for and defending intervention order proceedings pursuant to the Family Violence Protection Act (Vic) and the Personal Safety Intervention Orders Act (Vic). His involvement in family law matters often commences with dealing with intervention order proceedings. As such, Daniel has a firm grasp of the interplay between intervention orders, family law proceedings and criminal liability.

Daniel is a keen environmentalist and is a member of the executive of 'Lawyers for Forests'. In that capacity he provides pro-bono legal advice and representation to environmental activists and organisations in Court.

Prior to signing the bar roll in 2008, Daniel gained substantial experience as a solicitor/advocate in the criminal and family law jurisdictions as a solicitor advocate at the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (V.A.L.S) in Victoria and at the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (N.A.A.J.A) in the Northern Territory. He has particular expertise in representing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients. Daniel has also worked in general law suburban firms and has a broad understanding of diverse areas of law.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Appellate
Common Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law

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Daniel Cash is a trial advocate specialising in family law, criminal law and intervention order proceedings.

Family Law

For over a decade Daniel has been representing clients in Courts exercising jurisdiction under the Family Law Act  (1975) in relation to both parenting and property proceeedings. He provides specialist advice and representation to clients in mediations, interim hearings and trials. Daniel accepts VLA funded family law briefs.

Criminal Law

In the criminal law jurisdiction Daniel appears regularly in privately funded trials, appeals, pleas, committal hearings and summary contested hearings. He has appeared in the High Court of Australia and in the Victorian Supreme Court of Appeal in appeals against sentence.

Intervention Orders:

Daniel has particular expertise in representing privately funded clients applying for and defending intervention order proceedings pursuant to the Family Violence Protection Act (Vic) and the Personal Safety Intervention Orders Act (Vic). His involvement in family law matters often commences with dealing with intervention order proceedings. As such, Daniel has a firm grasp of the interplay between intervention orders, family law proceedings and criminal liability.

Daniel is a keen environmentalist and is a member of the executive of 'Lawyers for Forests'. In that capacity he provides pro-bono legal advice and representation to environmental activists and organisations in Court.

Prior to signing the bar roll in 2008, Daniel gained substantial experience as a solicitor/advocate in the criminal and family law jurisdictions as a solicitor advocate at the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (V.A.L.S) in Victoria and at the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (N.A.A.J.A) in the Northern Territory. He has particular expertise in representing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients. Daniel has also worked in general law suburban firms and has a broad understanding of diverse areas of law.