Andrew Roe

Bar Roll: 2018 Admitted: 2013
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Andrew practises primarily in commercial, public and tax law.

Before coming to the Bar, Andrew was an associate to the Hon Justice Crennan AC at the High Court of Australia, a solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons, and the Researcher to the Solicitor-General for Victoria.  He has experience in constitutional law, administrative law, tax law and commercial disputes in a range of areas including contract law, equity, conflict of laws, and competition and consumer law.

Andrew holds undergraduate degrees in arts and law with first class honours from Monash University, where he was an Editor of the Monash University Law Review and received the Vice-Chancellor’s Honours-PhD Scholarship.  He also holds a Master of Law with first class honours from the University of Cambridge, where he studied as a Patrick Moore Cambridge Australia Scholar and received several academic prizes and scholarships.  Andrew has published on tax and international law, and has taught law at the Australian National University.

Andrew is reading with Dr Catherine Button and Jonathon Redwood.  His senior mentor is Philip Crutchfield QC.

 

 

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ArbitrationCommercialConflicts of LawConstitutional LawEquity & TrustsFOI/PrivacyJudicial ReviewMerits ReviewPublic International LawTaxes – FederalTaxes – StateTrade Practices/Consumer Protection
  • Andrew Roe – “The Doctrine of Sham in Australian Taxation Law” (2017) 46 Australian Tax Review 99
  • Andrew Roe – “International Criminal Justice and Politics” in Gideon Boas & Pascale Chifflet (eds), International Criminal Justice (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017) (with Gideon Boas)

QUALIFICATIONS:

BA, LLB (Hons) (Monash), LLM (Cantab)

MEMBERSHIP & ASSOCIATIONS:

Australian Association of Constitutional Law
Commercial Bar Association
Tax Bar Association

Andrew Roe

Bar Roll: 2018 Admitted: 2013
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Profile

Andrew practises primarily in commercial, public and tax law.

Before coming to the Bar, Andrew was an associate to the Hon Justice Crennan AC at the High Court of Australia, a solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons, and the Researcher to the Solicitor-General for Victoria.  He has experience in constitutional law, administrative law, tax law and commercial disputes in a range of areas including contract law, equity, conflict of laws, and competition and consumer law.

Andrew holds undergraduate degrees in arts and law with first class honours from Monash University, where he was an Editor of the Monash University Law Review and received the Vice-Chancellor’s Honours-PhD Scholarship.  He also holds a Master of Law with first class honours from the University of Cambridge, where he studied as a Patrick Moore Cambridge Australia Scholar and received several academic prizes and scholarships.  Andrew has published on tax and international law, and has taught law at the Australian National University.

Andrew is reading with Dr Catherine Button and Jonathon Redwood.  His senior mentor is Philip Crutchfield QC.

 

 

*Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

Areas of Practice

ArbitrationCommercialConflicts of LawConstitutional LawEquity & TrustsFOI/PrivacyJudicial ReviewMerits ReviewPublic International LawTaxes – FederalTaxes – StateTrade Practices/Consumer Protection

Publication

  • Andrew Roe – “The Doctrine of Sham in Australian Taxation Law” (2017) 46 Australian Tax Review 99
  • Andrew Roe – “International Criminal Justice and Politics” in Gideon Boas & Pascale Chifflet (eds), International Criminal Justice (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017) (with Gideon Boas)

Qualifications & Memberships

QUALIFICATIONS::

BA, LLB (Hons) (Monash), LLM (Cantab)

MEMBERSHIP & ASSOCIATIONS:

Australian Association of Constitutional Law
Commercial Bar Association
Tax Bar Association