Nadia M Deltondo


Barrister

Secretary:
Admitted:
26 Apr 2006
Bar:
6 May 2021
Location:
Brian Bourke Chambers,
530 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Nadia accepts briefs to appear and advise in all criminal law and quasi-criminal law matters including occupational health and safety, professional disciplinary matters, regulatory prosecutions, compensation applications, judicial reviews, royal commissions and coronial inquests. Nadia also accepts briefs in family law and intervention orders.

 

Nadia has extensive experience in all aspects of indictable crime, having worked as a solicitor in Criminal Law for 16 years, including experience conducting highly complex indictable prosecutions across all Victorian jurisdictions. Her experience and knowledge of complex prosecutions makes her well placed to advise on matters of evidence, proof and resolution. 

 

Prior to coming to the bar, Nadia was a Principal Solicitor at the Office of Public Prosecutions. In the Court of Appeal directorate, she was involved in reviewing disclosure material and drafting submissions for appeals which related to the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants 2019 to 2021. 

 

Nadia was a member of the Specialist Sexual Offences Unit for 10 years. She gained particular knowledge of historical sexual offences and the areas where sexual offending and domestic violence intersect. She confidentially provided advice regarding the complex legal regimes, including sentencing and registration. 

 

In the Trial Division, Nadia managed a large and complex file load involving homicide, worksafe prosecutions, fraud, drugs and serious assaults upon emergency workers. She had carriage of the prosecution of many high-profile cases and regularly appeared in the Magistrates’ and County Courts. 

 

Nadia provided training concerning the implementation of the Evidence Act and Criminal Procedure Act in 2009 and 2010 with Christopher Beale (now Justice Beale). Nadia also provided training on a regular basis to stakeholders in relation to sexual offences, confidential communications, tendency and coincidence, arson and misconduct in the public office.

 

Nadia is the co-author, with Professor Richard Fox, of the well-regarded text book “Victorian Criminal Procedure: State and Federal Law”. 

 

Nadia is reading with Jason Gullaci and her senior mentor is Elizabeth Ruddle QC.

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AREAS OF PRACTICE

Appellate
Commercial Law
Common Law
Criminal Law
Environmental Law & Planning Law
Family Law
Government
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law

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Nadia accepts briefs to appear and advise in all criminal law and quasi-criminal law matters including occupational health and safety, professional disciplinary matters, regulatory prosecutions, compensation applications, judicial reviews, royal commissions and coronial inquests. Nadia also accepts briefs in family law and intervention orders.

 

Nadia has extensive experience in all aspects of indictable crime, having worked as a solicitor in Criminal Law for 16 years, including experience conducting highly complex indictable prosecutions across all Victorian jurisdictions. Her experience and knowledge of complex prosecutions makes her well placed to advise on matters of evidence, proof and resolution. 

 

Prior to coming to the bar, Nadia was a Principal Solicitor at the Office of Public Prosecutions. In the Court of Appeal directorate, she was involved in reviewing disclosure material and drafting submissions for appeals which related to the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants 2019 to 2021. 

 

Nadia was a member of the Specialist Sexual Offences Unit for 10 years. She gained particular knowledge of historical sexual offences and the areas where sexual offending and domestic violence intersect. She confidentially provided advice regarding the complex legal regimes, including sentencing and registration. 

 

In the Trial Division, Nadia managed a large and complex file load involving homicide, worksafe prosecutions, fraud, drugs and serious assaults upon emergency workers. She had carriage of the prosecution of many high-profile cases and regularly appeared in the Magistrates’ and County Courts. 

 

Nadia provided training concerning the implementation of the Evidence Act and Criminal Procedure Act in 2009 and 2010 with Christopher Beale (now Justice Beale). Nadia also provided training on a regular basis to stakeholders in relation to sexual offences, confidential communications, tendency and coincidence, arson and misconduct in the public office.

 

Nadia is the co-author, with Professor Richard Fox, of the well-regarded text book “Victorian Criminal Procedure: State and Federal Law”. 

 

Nadia is reading with Jason Gullaci and her senior mentor is Elizabeth Ruddle QC.