Jane Buncle

Administrative, Public & Constitutional

Admiralty & Maritime

Arbitration

Building & Construction

Class Actions

Commercial

Commissions of Inquiry

Common Law

Competition (Antitrust)

Consumer Protection

Corporate Reconstruction & Insolvency

Corporations

Criminal

Employment

Equity

Insurance

Planning & Environment

Real property

Tax

Jane accepts briefs in commercial disputes in the Supreme Court and Federal Court, as well as Royal Commissions and international commercial arbitrations. She also has a broad unled practice in a variety of courts and tribunals and accepts briefs in criminal matters.

Jane has been recognised as “one to watch” in Best Lawyers Australia 2023 and a rising star of the Australian Bar in the Legal 500 Rankings where she is described as one of the “go to juniors” and “an outstanding advocate with a superior ability to grasp complex issues, and her forensic and legal analysis is invaluable.

In addition to Tenth Floor Chambers, Jane is a member of Maxwell42 International Commercial Arbitration Chambers in Singapore, the first chambers opened overseas by members of the Australian Bar. She has appeared and advised on a number of cross border disputes and international commercial arbitrations based in Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong and Tokyo.

Prior to coming to the bar in May 2016, Jane was a solicitor in the Dispute Resolution Group at Herbert Smith Freehills. Jane has completed the Bachelor of Civil Law at Oxford University and a Bachelor of Laws from Edinburgh University where she was awarded the Margaret Balfour Keith Prize.

Jane Buncle