Sahrah Hogan

Bar Roll: 2020 Admitted: 2013
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Sahrah practises in commercial law, particularly in the fields of competition law and consumer protection. She also welcomes briefs in all matters relating to corporations law, insolvency, class actions, intellectual property, construction and insurance law.

Before coming to the Bar, Sahrah was in the regulatory disputes team at the Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) and prior to that, in the competition law team of Herbert Smith Freehills. At AGS, Sahrah gained substantial experience in Royal Commissions and regulatory investigations. She spent a year working as a solicitor assisting the Royal Commissioner into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry and also worked on several high-profile regulatory cases involving the ACCC and ASIC.

At Herbert Smith Freehills, Sahrah worked on a number of large competition and consumer law actions in the Federal Court and advised clients in a wide range of industries on mergers, misuse of market power, cartel conduct and other issues arising under Australian competition law.

Sahrah has a LLM from the University of Cambridge and a BA (Economics) and Juris Doctor from the University of Melbourne.

Sahrah is reading with Gabi Crafti and her senior mentor is Claire Harris QC.

Banking & FinanceBanking, Finance & InsolvencyClass ActionsCommercialCompetitionConstructionCorporate & CommercialCorporationsEnergy RegulationInsolvencyInsuranceIntellectual Property - Copyright and DesignsIntellectual Property - TrademarksProperty, Planning, Environment & ResourcesPublic LawPublic LawRegulatoryRoyal Commissions/Government InquiriesTrade Practices/Consumer Protection

QUALIFICATIONS

B.A. (Melbourne University), JD (Melbourne University), LLM (University of Cambridge)

Sahrah Hogan

Bar Roll: 2020 Admitted: 2013
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Profile

Sahrah practises in commercial law, particularly in the fields of competition law and consumer protection. She also welcomes briefs in all matters relating to corporations law, insolvency, class actions, intellectual property, construction and insurance law.

Before coming to the Bar, Sahrah was in the regulatory disputes team at the Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) and prior to that, in the competition law team of Herbert Smith Freehills. At AGS, Sahrah gained substantial experience in Royal Commissions and regulatory investigations. She spent a year working as a solicitor assisting the Royal Commissioner into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry and also worked on several high-profile regulatory cases involving the ACCC and ASIC.

At Herbert Smith Freehills, Sahrah worked on a number of large competition and consumer law actions in the Federal Court and advised clients in a wide range of industries on mergers, misuse of market power, cartel conduct and other issues arising under Australian competition law.

Sahrah has a LLM from the University of Cambridge and a BA (Economics) and Juris Doctor from the University of Melbourne.

Sahrah is reading with Gabi Crafti and her senior mentor is Claire Harris QC.

Areas of Practice

Banking & FinanceBanking, Finance & InsolvencyClass ActionsCommercialCompetitionConstructionCorporate & CommercialCorporationsEnergy RegulationInsolvencyInsuranceIntellectual Property - Copyright and DesignsIntellectual Property - TrademarksProperty, Planning, Environment & ResourcesPublic LawPublic LawRegulatoryRoyal Commissions/Government InquiriesTrade Practices/Consumer Protection

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Qualifications & Memberships

QUALIFICATIONS

B.A. (Melbourne University), JD (Melbourne University), LLM (University of Cambridge)