Daniel Sala

Secretary:
Admitted:
19 Feb 2008
Bar:
19 May 2011
Location:
Room Level 12, David Ross Chambers,
Level 12 271 William Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Daniel practices in criminal law in all jurisdictions.

Prior to joining the Victorian Bar, Daniel was employed as a solicitor-advocate for Galbally & O’Bryan Lawyers in the criminal law department.

As a solicitor-advocate, Daniel appeared in:

  • The Supreme Court, Court of Appeal;
  • The County Court in pleas of mitigation and appeals; and
  • The Magistrates’ Court in committals, contested hearings, bail applications, intervention order matters and pleas.

Daniel also has a particular interest in the connection between criminal law and business, including white collar crime, occupational health & safety, civil penalty proceedings, and other government regulation as well as disciplinary proceedings by all professional bodies.

Daniel was one of the 12 junior counsel accepted into the 2012 Trial Counsel Junior Development Program and has been selected as a member of the Victoria Legal Aid Criminal Trial Preferred Barrister List.

Daniel does not accept direct briefs through barristerconnect.

AREAS OF PRACTICE
Appellate
Commercial Law
Criminal Law
Government
Industrial Relations Law & Employment Law
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law

Profile1

Daniel practices in criminal law in all jurisdictions.

Prior to joining the Victorian Bar, Daniel was employed as a solicitor-advocate for Galbally & O’Bryan Lawyers in the criminal law department.

As a solicitor-advocate, Daniel appeared in:

  • The Supreme Court, Court of Appeal;
  • The County Court in pleas of mitigation and appeals; and
  • The Magistrates’ Court in committals, contested hearings, bail applications, intervention order matters and pleas.

Daniel also has a particular interest in the connection between criminal law and business, including white collar crime, occupational health & safety, civil penalty proceedings, and other government regulation as well as disciplinary proceedings by all professional bodies.

Daniel was one of the 12 junior counsel accepted into the 2012 Trial Counsel Junior Development Program and has been selected as a member of the Victoria Legal Aid Criminal Trial Preferred Barrister List.

Daniel does not accept direct briefs through barristerconnect.