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    Greg Barns

    Salamanca Chambers Hobart
    81 Salamanca Place
    Battery Point, Tasmania 7004

    Postal Address: PO Box 124
    Battery Point, Tasmania 7004

    Telephone: +61 419 691 846

    Website: salamancachambers.blogspot.com.au

    Stawell Chambers
    493-495 Lt Bourke Street,
    Melbourne, Victoria 3000

    Email: republicone@ozemail.com.au

    Admitted to Practice: Victoria – 1986; Tasmania – 2003

    Signed Bar Roll: March 1986 (Vic)

    Also Admitted in: NSW

    Also member of: Victorian Bar (Patterson’s List, Western Australian Bar

    Biography:

    Greg Barns graduated BA LLB from Monash University in 1984. He was a member of the Victorian Bar where he practiced in criminal law from 1986-89 and has been a member of the Tasmanian Bar since 2003. Greg was chief of staff and senior adviser to a number of federal and state Liberal Party leaders and ministers from 1989-99. He is also the former National Chair of the Australian Republican Movement and a director of human rights group, Rights Australia. Greg has written three books on Australian politics, is a Director of the Australian Lawyers Alliance, and a member of the Australian Defence Lawyers Alliance.

    Areas of Practice:

    • Criminal Law acting for defendants, including appellate work and white collar crime
    • Prison Law
    • Administrative Law
    • Coronial Inquests
    • Native Title

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