North Quarter Lane Chambers boasts a number of barristers highly experienced in representative proceedings (“class actions”). Class actions typically involve complex issues of procedure, fact and law, and require experienced specialists in the area. Our barristers have extensive experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in class actions in the Federal Court and in various State courts, and have been recognised in Doyle’s Guide as leading specialists in the field of class actions.

Our barristers have a keen understanding of the procedural intricacies of class actions, and strategic insights based on years of experience. From initial case assessment to strategic planning and courtroom advocacy, our members provide comprehensive and effective legal representation at every stage of the process in a class action.

Several of our barristers have been briefed on a number of high-profile class actions, including the Queensland Electricity class action in the Federal Court of Australia, the Transurban administration charges class action in the Supreme Court of Queensland, the Queensland Floods class action in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, a class action against cryptocurrency companies in the Federal Court of Australia, the Terranora Lakes Country Club class action along with several other class actions, including those relating to a claim against Johnson & Johnson/Depuy regarding medical devices, and regarding AWB’s conduct in Iraq during the UN Oil for Food Program.

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North Quarter Lane Chambers is one of the largest and most experienced commercial barristers' chambers in Queensland.

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