Caitlin Dwyer


Barrister

Admitted:
10 Sep 2013
Bar:
26 Oct 2017
Location:
Room 0928, Gorman Chambers,
Level 9 460 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Caitlin accepts briefs in all areas of criminal and administrative law. 

Since coming to the bar, Caitlin has been involved as a junior in multiple pieces of large scale litigation including the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants.  She also appears unled in trials, pleas, and bail applications.

Prior to practice, Caitlin worked as a solicitor advocate in both private and legal aid panel firms.  She was also Associate to The Honourable Justice Lasry of the Supreme Court of Victoria. 

Caitlin graduated with first class honours in law and won numerous prizes including in Criminal Law, Evidence and Constitutional Law. Her first role out of law school was at the International Criminal Court where she was tasked with drafting submissions on a new point of law. She subsequently co-authored a book chapter on that topic.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Appellate
Common Law
Criminal Law
Defamation
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
International Law
Public Law & Administrative Law

Profile1

Caitlin accepts briefs in all areas of criminal and administrative law. 

Since coming to the bar, Caitlin has been involved as a junior in multiple pieces of large scale litigation including the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants.  She also appears unled in trials, pleas, and bail applications.

Prior to practice, Caitlin worked as a solicitor advocate in both private and legal aid panel firms.  She was also Associate to The Honourable Justice Lasry of the Supreme Court of Victoria. 

Caitlin graduated with first class honours in law and won numerous prizes including in Criminal Law, Evidence and Constitutional Law. Her first role out of law school was at the International Criminal Court where she was tasked with drafting submissions on a new point of law. She subsequently co-authored a book chapter on that topic.

Committee Memberships

  • (Ordinary Members) Women Barristers' Association