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 common law, criminal law, and quasi-criminal law, including proceeds of crime litigation, occupational health and safety matters, inquests and other disciplinary proceedings. 

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

Jeremy also accepts briefs to appear and advise in family law, employment and industrial relations and administrative law matters.  

He comes to the Bar with practical insight into, and extensive knowledge of, the preparation, conduct and management of a wide range of proceedings and disputes involving considerable factual and legal complexity, particularly in the personal injuries and criminal law jurisdictions.  

Prior to coming to the Bar, Jeremy was Associate to her Honour Judge Davis at the County Court of Victoria where her Honour sat in the Criminal Division and Common Law Division. In that role, Jeremy developed an enhanced understanding of evidence, sentencing and criminal procedure and was heavily involved in the operation of trials, pleas, bail applications, appeals, supervision order applications and mental impairment matters before the Court.

Jeremy also gained considerable experience assisting in the running of common law proceedings including serious injury applications, medical panel referrals, interlocutory applications, damages trials (both cause and jury) and recoveries litigation.

Jeremy is currently reading with Roslyn Kaye and his Senior Mentor is Justin Hannebery QC.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University. 

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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

Profile1

Jeremy accepts briefs in all areas of common law, criminal law, and quasi-criminal law, including proceeds of crime litigation, occupational health and safety matters, inquests and other disciplinary proceedings. 

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

Jeremy also accepts briefs to appear and advise in family law, employment and industrial relations and administrative law matters.  

He comes to the Bar with practical insight into, and extensive knowledge of, the preparation, conduct and management of a wide range of proceedings and disputes involving considerable factual and legal complexity, particularly in the personal injuries and criminal law jurisdictions.  

Prior to coming to the Bar, Jeremy was Associate to her Honour Judge Davis at the County Court of Victoria where her Honour sat in the Criminal Division and Common Law Division. In that role, Jeremy developed an enhanced understanding of evidence, sentencing and criminal procedure and was heavily involved in the operation of trials, pleas, bail applications, appeals, supervision order applications and mental impairment matters before the Court.

Jeremy also gained considerable experience assisting in the running of common law proceedings including serious injury applications, medical panel referrals, interlocutory applications, damages trials (both cause and jury) and recoveries litigation.

Jeremy is currently reading with Roslyn Kaye and his Senior Mentor is Justin Hannebery QC.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University.