Kay Chan


Barrister

Admitted:
14 Feb 2012
Bar:
24 Oct 2019
Location:
Room 1526, Owen Dixon Chambers West,
525 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Kay practises in public, commercial and taxation law.

Public law

Kay is currently briefed by the Office of Solicitors Assisting the COVID-19 Hotel Quarantine Inquiry.

Kay appears and advises in relation to:

  • Judicial review proceedings and statutory appeals.
  • Merits review proceedings before VCAT and other specialist tribunals, including in privacy, freedom of information, licensing, professional discipline and occupational regulation.
  • Various other public law matters, including discrimination, repatriation of Aboriginal objects, statutory interpretation and government liability for unlawful decision-making.

Kay regularly advises on urgent and sensitive matters such as applications for closed court and proceeding suppression orders, and rulings on public interest immunity.

Commercial law

Kay accepts briefs in a broad range of commercial practice, including oppression proceedings, corporations law, property, general contractual disputes and negligence.

Taxation

Kay regularly advises taxpayers on issues of revenue law and objection and review rights.

Background

Before coming to the Bar, Kay was a Senior Solicitor at the Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office (VGSO) in the government and public law branch, specialising in regulatory, administrative and disciplinary law, and commissions and inquiries.  

Kay has also worked at the State Revenue Office where she conducted civil litigation from tribunal to appellate level and advised on tax lines such as stamp duty, land tax and payroll tax.

Kay holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University.

Kay read with Albert Dinelli.  Her Senior Mentor was Jason Pizer QC.

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AREAS OF PRACTICE

Appellate
Commercial Law
Criminal Law
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law
Tax Law & Revenue Law

Profile1

Kay practises in public, commercial and taxation law.

Public law

Kay is currently briefed by the Office of Solicitors Assisting the COVID-19 Hotel Quarantine Inquiry.

Kay appears and advises in relation to:

  • Judicial review proceedings and statutory appeals.
  • Merits review proceedings before VCAT and other specialist tribunals, including in privacy, freedom of information, licensing, professional discipline and occupational regulation.
  • Various other public law matters, including discrimination, repatriation of Aboriginal objects, statutory interpretation and government liability for unlawful decision-making.

Kay regularly advises on urgent and sensitive matters such as applications for closed court and proceeding suppression orders, and rulings on public interest immunity.

Commercial law

Kay accepts briefs in a broad range of commercial practice, including oppression proceedings, corporations law, property, general contractual disputes and negligence.

Taxation

Kay regularly advises taxpayers on issues of revenue law and objection and review rights.

Background

Before coming to the Bar, Kay was a Senior Solicitor at the Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office (VGSO) in the government and public law branch, specialising in regulatory, administrative and disciplinary law, and commissions and inquiries.  

Kay has also worked at the State Revenue Office where she conducted civil litigation from tribunal to appellate level and advised on tax lines such as stamp duty, land tax and payroll tax.

Kay holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University.

Kay read with Albert Dinelli.  Her Senior Mentor was Jason Pizer QC.