Carly Robertson


Barrister

Mobile:
Admitted:
15 Apr 2008
Bar:
22 Oct 2015
Location:
Room 1207, Isaacs Chambers,
555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Carly has extensive experience in relation to planning and environmental law matters including merits review hearings in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) acting for private clients and government agencies. Her practice specialises in all aspects of environment and town planning law, with a particular focus on heritage matters.

Since coming to the Bar in 2015, Carly appears regularly in matters before the VCAT, Planning Panels Victoria, the Heritage Council, the Magistrates' Court (including local government prosecutions) and in appeals relating to planning, restrictive covenants and related matters before the Supreme Court. 

Carly’s recent advice and appearance work is listed under the 'Cases' tab above.

Boards / Memberships:

  • Director: Star of the Sea College, Gardenvale (current);
  • Member: Victorian Planning & Environmental Law Association (VPELA) and Annual Conference planning committee (current); and
  • Member: Supreme Court of Victoria Compensation and Planning Users' Group (current).
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AREAS OF PRACTICE

Appellate
Commercial Law
Criminal Law
Environmental Law & Planning Law
Government
Public Law & Administrative Law

Profile1

Carly has extensive experience in relation to planning and environmental law matters including merits review hearings in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) acting for private clients and government agencies. Her practice specialises in all aspects of environment and town planning law, with a particular focus on heritage matters.

Since coming to the Bar in 2015, Carly appears regularly in matters before the VCAT, Planning Panels Victoria, the Heritage Council, the Magistrates' Court (including local government prosecutions) and in appeals relating to planning, restrictive covenants and related matters before the Supreme Court. 

Carly’s recent advice and appearance work is listed under the 'Cases' tab above.

Boards / Memberships:

  • Director: Star of the Sea College, Gardenvale (current);
  • Member: Victorian Planning & Environmental Law Association (VPELA) and Annual Conference planning committee (current); and
  • Member: Supreme Court of Victoria Compensation and Planning Users' Group (current).