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Juliet Lucy

Admitted to the Bar 2012



Areas of Practice:

Administrative Law
Appellate
Citizenship and Migration
Commercial
Constitutional Law
Contracts
Corporations Law
Disciplinary Proceedings
Environment and Local Government
Equity
Inquests, Royal Commissions and Tribunals
Professional Discipline
Tort



Prior Experience:

Juliet was a senior solicitor in the Administrative Law Practice Group at the NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office from 2008 to 2012. Prior to that, she was employed as a solicitor at Clayton Utz (Brisbane), as a principal legal officer in a government department and as an academic.



Experience at the Bar:

Juliet appears regularly in the District, Supreme and Federal Courts across a range of practice areas, including administrative law, general commercial law, equity and human rights law. She has appeared in a number of class actions in the Federal Court.

In addition to her work at the bar, Juliet is a Senior Member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, assigned to the Administrative and Equal Opportunity, Occupational and Consumer and Commercial Divisions of the Tribunal, and to the Appeal Panel.



Education:

Juliet graduated from the University of Sydney in 1995 with first class Honours degrees in Arts and Law. In 2001, Juliet was awarded a PhD in English from the University of Sydney.



Memberships:

NSW Bar Association
Australian Institute of Administrative Law



Publications:

Books

Robinson, Mark, Juliet Lucy and John Fitzgerald, NCAT – Practice and Procedure, Lawbook Co, 2015.

Lucy, Juliet. Water Regulation: The Laws of Australia. Thomsons, 2008.

Cummins, Juliet and David Burchell, eds. Science, Literature and Rhetoric in Early Modern England. Ashgate Publishing, 2007.

Cummins, Juliet, ed. Milton and the Ends of Time. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. 264p (including author of Introduction and chapter).


Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Lucy, Juliet. “Judicial Review of Administrative Action, Procedural Fairness,” “Error of Law and Want of Jurisdiction” and “Failure to Exercise Discretion” in Mark Robinson SC (ed), Judicial Review - The Laws of Australia, Thomson Reuters, 2014.

Lucy, Juliet. “Case Note: Re JS [2014] NSWSC 302,” (2014) 8 Elder Law Review.

Lucy, Juliet. “The Demise of the Guardianship Tribunal and the Rise of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal,” (2013) 7 Elder Law Review.

Lucy, Juliet. “Australian Privacy Legislation: An Overview.” Precedent 108 (2012): 4-9.

Cummins, Juliet Lucy. “Relationship Debt for the Aged: Welfare vs Commerce in the Law of Guarantees.” Alternative Law Journal 27:2 (2002): 63-67.


Legal Commentary

(Updating author), “Error of Law and Want of Jurisdiction” and “Failure to Exercise Discretion,” The Laws of Australia, Thomson Reuters, 2014.

“Water Licences.” Practical Forms and Precedents. Thomson Reuters, 2012.

(Updating author), “Water,” The Laws of Australia, Thomson Reuters, 2008.

(Updating author), “Judicial Review of Administrative Action, Procedural Fairness,” The Laws of Australia, Thomson Reuters, 2006, 2010 and 2014.

Privacy commentary in New South Wales Administrative Law, Thomson Reuters (October 2004 and quarterly updates to present).

(Updating author), “Complaints to the Commonwealth Privacy Commissioner,” The Lawyers Practice Manual, Thomsons, 2004.



Contact:

10th Floor Selborne/Wentworth Chambers
180 Phillip Street
Sydney NSW 2000
DX 375 Sydney

Tel No. 02 9232 4609
Fax No. 02 9221 3724
Email juliet@julietlucy.com

Clerk: Dianne Strathdee
Tel No. 02 9232 4609
Fax No. 02 9221 3724
Email strathdee@tenthfloor.org


 

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