Queensland appoints new QCs

By Felicity Nelson|23 November 2015

Ten barristers have been appointed as Queen’s Counsel by the Bar Association of Queensland.

Last Friday the governor of Queensland, Paul de Jersey, approved the appointment of silks on the recommendation of chief justice Catherine Holmes.

Madeline Mary Brennan (pictured) of Roma Mitchell Chambers was the only female barrister on the list. Ms Brennan was called to the bar in 1996 and her practice includes appellate and trial advocacy and advisory work.

Robert James Anderson of Level Twenty Seven Chambers in Brisbane was also appointed QC. He has experience in commercial matters, including defamation, insurance, professional negligence, property law, land valuation and insolvency.

Full list of QCs

Madeline Mary Brennan

Robert James Anderson

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Ronald Shaw Ashton

Gareth David Beacham

Glen Peter Cash

Adrian William Duffy

Rowan Peter Sandford Jackson

Michael Andrew Jonsson

Dennis Raymond Lynch

David William Marks


Queensland appoints new QCs
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