Helen Tiplady

Bar Roll: 2011 Admitted: 2005
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Helen has a broad commercial and public law practice. Helen’s experience has a strong focus on contractual disputes, and also encompasses insurance and professional negligence, class actions, trade practices and taxation matters. Helen has appeared in both international and domestic commercial arbitrations, particularly in the construction and resources sectors. Most recently, Helen appeared on behalf of the Victorian State Government in the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System.

Immediately prior to joining the Bar, Helen was an associate to the Honourable Justice Jessup in the Federal Court of Australia.  Helen has experience in private practice as a solicitor in Australia (at Minter Ellison) and London (at Clyde & Co LLP), and as an in-house solicitor at ITV plc (the United Kingdom’s largest commercial television network).

Helen is also a member of the Western Australian Bar and maintains a door tenancy at Quayside Chambers in Perth.

 

 

*Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

 

ArbitrationCommercialCompetitionConstructionCorporationsEquity & TrustsInsuranceInternational ArbitrationLand ValuationMediationMining and ResourcesProfessional NegligencePropertyRegulatoryTaxes – FederalTrade Practices/Consumer Protection
  • Helen Tiplady – is a reporter for the Commonwealth Law Reports

QUALIFICATIONS:

Helen holds a first class honours degree from Monash University (ranked fourth on the final honours list). She was awarded the Academic Prize for the best result in Contract Law, the Sir Charles Lowe Prize for the best senior advocate in the Monash University Mooting Competition, and the Australian Advocacy Prize for the best result in the Willem C Vis International Arbitration Moot.

MEMBERSHIP & ASSOCIATIONS:

Barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Supreme Court of Western Australia and the High Court of Australia. She has reciprocal rights to appear in all other Australian jurisdictions.

Helen Tiplady

Bar Roll: 2011 Admitted: 2005
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Profile

Helen has a broad commercial and public law practice. Helen’s experience has a strong focus on contractual disputes, and also encompasses insurance and professional negligence, class actions, trade practices and taxation matters. Helen has appeared in both international and domestic commercial arbitrations, particularly in the construction and resources sectors. Most recently, Helen appeared on behalf of the Victorian State Government in the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System.

Immediately prior to joining the Bar, Helen was an associate to the Honourable Justice Jessup in the Federal Court of Australia.  Helen has experience in private practice as a solicitor in Australia (at Minter Ellison) and London (at Clyde & Co LLP), and as an in-house solicitor at ITV plc (the United Kingdom’s largest commercial television network).

Helen is also a member of the Western Australian Bar and maintains a door tenancy at Quayside Chambers in Perth.

 

 

*Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

 

Areas of Practice

ArbitrationCommercialCompetitionConstructionCorporationsEquity & TrustsInsuranceInternational ArbitrationLand ValuationMediationMining and ResourcesProfessional NegligencePropertyRegulatoryTaxes – FederalTrade Practices/Consumer Protection

Cases

Publication

  • Helen Tiplady – is a reporter for the Commonwealth Law Reports

Qualifications & Memberships

QUALIFICATIONS::

Helen holds a first class honours degree from Monash University (ranked fourth on the final honours list). She was awarded the Academic Prize for the best result in Contract Law, the Sir Charles Lowe Prize for the best senior advocate in the Monash University Mooting Competition, and the Australian Advocacy Prize for the best result in the Willem C Vis International Arbitration Moot.

MEMBERSHIP & ASSOCIATIONS:

Barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Supreme Court of Western Australia and the High Court of Australia. She has reciprocal rights to appear in all other Australian jurisdictions.