Albert Dinelli

Bar Roll: 2007 Admitted: 2003
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Albert has been appointed Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry until February 2019.  Any enquiries regarding his availability thereafter should be directed to David Andrews on +61 3 9225 8338.

Albert practises in commercial and public law matters.  He has substantial experience in commercial trials in the Supreme and Federal Courts.  He has also appeared in numerous appeals in intermediate appellate courts, and before arbitral tribunals in Australia and overseas.

Albert has appeared in the High Court of Australia in a number of commercial, constitutional, administrative and criminal law matters.  He has also been called to the Bar of England and Wales, and is a member of chambers at 20 Essex Street, a leading international law and arbitration set.

Before coming to the Bar, Albert was Associate to the Honourable Murray Gleeson AC, the then Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia.  Prior to that, he practised as a solicitor with Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons) in the dispute resolution group.

 

 

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Class ActionsCommercialCompetitionConflicts of LawConstitutional LawInsuranceInternational ArbitrationJudicial ReviewProfessional NegligenceRoyal Commissions/Government InquiriesSports LawSuperannuationTaxes – FederalTaxes – State

QUALIFICATIONS:

D.Phil, BCL (Oxon), LLB (Hons), BA (Hons)

Albert completed his D.Phil and BCL at the University of Oxford, having earlier graduated from Monash University with first class honours in his undergraduate Law degree.

MEMBERSHIP & ASSOCIATIONS:

Member of the Bar of England and Wales (Inner Temple);
Member of 20 Essex Street Chambers in London and Singapore;
Senior Fellow of the Law School at the University of Melbourne, where he teaches subjects in constitutional law and international commercial litigation.

Albert Dinelli

Bar Roll: 2007 Admitted: 2003
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Profile

Albert has been appointed Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry until February 2019.  Any enquiries regarding his availability thereafter should be directed to David Andrews on +61 3 9225 8338.

Albert practises in commercial and public law matters.  He has substantial experience in commercial trials in the Supreme and Federal Courts.  He has also appeared in numerous appeals in intermediate appellate courts, and before arbitral tribunals in Australia and overseas.

Albert has appeared in the High Court of Australia in a number of commercial, constitutional, administrative and criminal law matters.  He has also been called to the Bar of England and Wales, and is a member of chambers at 20 Essex Street, a leading international law and arbitration set.

Before coming to the Bar, Albert was Associate to the Honourable Murray Gleeson AC, the then Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia.  Prior to that, he practised as a solicitor with Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons) in the dispute resolution group.

 

 

*Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

Areas of Practice

Class ActionsCommercialCompetitionConflicts of LawConstitutional LawInsuranceInternational ArbitrationJudicial ReviewProfessional NegligenceRoyal Commissions/Government InquiriesSports LawSuperannuationTaxes – FederalTaxes – State

Cases

Publication

Qualifications & Memberships

QUALIFICATIONS::

D.Phil, BCL (Oxon), LLB (Hons), BA (Hons)

Albert completed his D.Phil and BCL at the University of Oxford, having earlier graduated from Monash University with first class honours in his undergraduate Law degree.

MEMBERSHIP & ASSOCIATIONS:

Member of the Bar of England and Wales (Inner Temple);
Member of 20 Essex Street Chambers in London and Singapore;
Senior Fellow of the Law School at the University of Melbourne, where he teaches subjects in constitutional law and international commercial litigation.