Emma Heggie


Barrister

Mobile:
Admitted:
23 Apr 2013
Bar:
26 Oct 2016
Location:
Room 0701, Owen Dixon Chambers East,
205 William Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Emma is an advocate with experience in family law, commercial law, and administrative law.

Prior to coming to the bar, Emma practised as a family lawyer at two specialist family law firms in Victoria. Emma has appeared in the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court in relation to complex property and parenting matters and is available to accept briefs in all areas of the family law/de facto jurisdictions and intervention order matters.

Emma has worked in a commercial role at a major multinational provider of facilities management, construction, logistics, and infrastructure services to government and private sector clients with an annual turnover of over $3bn. Emma gained valuable experience in relation to contract review for major government tenders, contractual disputes, security of payment disputes, and research into case law, legislation, and policy in multiple jurisdictions. Emma also served as Associate to a number of members of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Emma read with Belle Lane. Her senior mentor is Martin Bartfeld QC.

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AREAS OF PRACTICE

Commercial Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
Government
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law

Profile1

Emma is an advocate with experience in family law, commercial law, and administrative law.

Prior to coming to the bar, Emma practised as a family lawyer at two specialist family law firms in Victoria. Emma has appeared in the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court in relation to complex property and parenting matters and is available to accept briefs in all areas of the family law/de facto jurisdictions and intervention order matters.

Emma has worked in a commercial role at a major multinational provider of facilities management, construction, logistics, and infrastructure services to government and private sector clients with an annual turnover of over $3bn. Emma gained valuable experience in relation to contract review for major government tenders, contractual disputes, security of payment disputes, and research into case law, legislation, and policy in multiple jurisdictions. Emma also served as Associate to a number of members of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Emma read with Belle Lane. Her senior mentor is Martin Bartfeld QC.