Eloise Dias

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Eloise practises in all areas of commercial law, including contractual disputes and corporations and securities law.  She also provides advice on regulatory matters, including to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. In 2018, Eloise was one of Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industries. She has also recently been involved in the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System.

 

Before coming to the Bar, Eloise was a Senior Associate in the commercial litigation group at Allens (then Allens Arthur Robinson) and an Associate to Justice Finkelstein of the Federal Court of Australia.  She also practiced as a dispute resolution solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons (then Mallesons Stephen Jaques) where she completed her articles of clerkship.

 

*Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

 

Banking & FinanceCommercialCompetitionConfidential InformationConflicts of LawConsumer CreditCorporationsEquity & TrustsInsolvencyInsuranceRegulatoryRoyal Commissions/Government InquiriesSecuritiesStructured Finance
  • Eloise Dias – is a former editor of the Melbourne University Law Review

QUALIFICATIONS:

BA, LLB (Hons) (Melb), BCL (Dist) (Oxon)

Eloise has a Bachelor of Civil Law (Dist) from the University of Oxford.

Eloise Dias

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Profile

Eloise practises in all areas of commercial law, including contractual disputes and corporations and securities law.  She also provides advice on regulatory matters, including to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. In 2018, Eloise was one of Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industries. She has also recently been involved in the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System.

 

Before coming to the Bar, Eloise was a Senior Associate in the commercial litigation group at Allens (then Allens Arthur Robinson) and an Associate to Justice Finkelstein of the Federal Court of Australia.  She also practiced as a dispute resolution solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons (then Mallesons Stephen Jaques) where she completed her articles of clerkship.

 

*Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

 

Areas of Practice

Banking & FinanceCommercialCompetitionConfidential InformationConflicts of LawConsumer CreditCorporationsEquity & TrustsInsolvencyInsuranceRegulatoryRoyal Commissions/Government InquiriesSecuritiesStructured Finance

Cases

Publication

  • Eloise Dias – is a former editor of the Melbourne University Law Review

Qualifications & Memberships

QUALIFICATIONS::

BA, LLB (Hons) (Melb), BCL (Dist) (Oxon)

Eloise has a Bachelor of Civil Law (Dist) from the University of Oxford.