Joel Tito


Barrister

Secretary:
Admitted:
11 Dec 2013
Bar:
24 Oct 2019
Location:
Room 2219, Owen Dixon Chambers West,
525 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Joel practises in public and criminal law. 

 

Immediately prior to coming to the Bar, Joel split his time between teaching at the University of Melbourne Law School and working as a Principal Legal Advisor in the Attorney General’s Office of the General Counsel. He advised on matters concerning administrative and constitutional law, statutory interpretation, planning, negligence by public entities, commissions of inquiry and crime.

 

Joel is an expert on the use of Artificial Intelligence in the law and worked in London for three years at the Centre for Public Impact where he led a research team investigating the implications of this technology for the future of government. During this time he published and spoke at several international conferences about the way in which intelligent machines will affect the law and legal systems. 

 

Joel has previously worked as the Senior Associate to the Honourable Justice Emerton at the Supreme Court of Victoria as well as an Associate at the Boston Consulting Group, where he worked directly with senior executives at domestic and international commercial clients to provide advice on complex strategy problems.

 

Joel graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Bachelor of Arts (Combined Hons – Philosophy & Political Science) and Diploma of Modern Languages (Japanese) from the University of Melbourne. He was the recipient of the Prime Minister’s Endeavour Award and undertook studies at Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo where he focused on the legal philosophical basis of nonhuman animal rights.

 

Joel is reading with Graeme Hill and his Senior Mentors are Rowena Orr QC and Colin Mandy SC. He accepts pro bono briefs and has completed work for the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency and Fitzroy Legal Service.

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AREAS OF PRACTICE
Common Law
Criminal Law
Environmental Law & Planning Law
Public Law & Administrative Law
Technology Law & Media Law

Profile1

Joel practises in public and criminal law. 

 

Immediately prior to coming to the Bar, Joel split his time between teaching at the University of Melbourne Law School and working as a Principal Legal Advisor in the Attorney General’s Office of the General Counsel. He advised on matters concerning administrative and constitutional law, statutory interpretation, planning, negligence by public entities, commissions of inquiry and crime.

 

Joel is an expert on the use of Artificial Intelligence in the law and worked in London for three years at the Centre for Public Impact where he led a research team investigating the implications of this technology for the future of government. During this time he published and spoke at several international conferences about the way in which intelligent machines will affect the law and legal systems. 

 

Joel has previously worked as the Senior Associate to the Honourable Justice Emerton at the Supreme Court of Victoria as well as an Associate at the Boston Consulting Group, where he worked directly with senior executives at domestic and international commercial clients to provide advice on complex strategy problems.

 

Joel graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Bachelor of Arts (Combined Hons – Philosophy & Political Science) and Diploma of Modern Languages (Japanese) from the University of Melbourne. He was the recipient of the Prime Minister’s Endeavour Award and undertook studies at Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo where he focused on the legal philosophical basis of nonhuman animal rights.

 

Joel is reading with Graeme Hill and his Senior Mentors are Rowena Orr QC and Colin Mandy SC. He accepts pro bono briefs and has completed work for the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency and Fitzroy Legal Service.

Other Languages Spoken

  • Italian
  • Japanese