Jeremy Karitzis


Barrister

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Admitted:
18 Jul 2017
Bar:
7 May 2020
Location:
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Jeremy accepts briefs in all areas of criminal law and quasi-criminal law, including intervention orders proceedings, occupational health and safety matters and other disciplinary proceedings.

He is available to appear at all metropolitan and regional courts and tribunals. 

While at the Bar, Jeremy has regularly appeared in a broad range of applications, contraventions, appeals and contested summary and indictable matters involving drug, violence, sexual, driving and property offences. He is well-versed in matters of evidence, sentencing and criminal procedure.

Jeremy also maintains a busy civil and personal injuries practice comprising both appearances and paperwork, with a strong interest in claims arising from institutional abuse and State care.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Jeremy was Associate to her Honour Judge Davis at the County Court of Victoria where he gained practical insight into, and extensive knowledge of, a wide range of Criminal Division and Common Law Division proceedings and disputes before the Court.

Jeremy read with Roslyn Kaye and his Senior Mentor was his Honour Judge Justin Hannebery QC. 

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AREAS OF PRACTICE

Appellate
Common Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
Industrial Relations Law & Employment Law
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law

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Jeremy accepts briefs in all areas of criminal law and quasi-criminal law, including intervention orders proceedings, occupational health and safety matters and other disciplinary proceedings.

He is available to appear at all metropolitan and regional courts and tribunals. 

While at the Bar, Jeremy has regularly appeared in a broad range of applications, contraventions, appeals and contested summary and indictable matters involving drug, violence, sexual, driving and property offences. He is well-versed in matters of evidence, sentencing and criminal procedure.

Jeremy also maintains a busy civil and personal injuries practice comprising both appearances and paperwork, with a strong interest in claims arising from institutional abuse and State care.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Jeremy was Associate to her Honour Judge Davis at the County Court of Victoria where he gained practical insight into, and extensive knowledge of, a wide range of Criminal Division and Common Law Division proceedings and disputes before the Court.

Jeremy read with Roslyn Kaye and his Senior Mentor was his Honour Judge Justin Hannebery QC.