Bar Roll – 03 May 2012
Admitted – 12 August 2009

Phone – 03 9225 7333
Mobile – 0430 490 161
Email – fleming@vicbar.com.au


Bar Roll – 03 May 2012
Admitted – 12 August 2009

Phone – 03 9225 7333
Mobile – 0430 490 161
Email – fleming@vicbar.com.au

Admitted to practice in

  • Victoria

Area of Law

  • Administrative Law
  • Children’s Court
  • Commercial Law
  • Crimes/Family Violence/Interv. Orders
  • Freedom of Information
  • Magistrates Court – Civil
  • Magistrates Court – Crime
  • Mediator (Accredited)
  • Probate/Wills/Family Provision
  • Property Law/Sale of Land


Tasman is a litigator with 9+ years PAE undertaking court appearances including conciliation conferences and running matters to evidence contest.

Experience includes:

  • Appellate Law (merits review) at VCAT appeals of government departmental decisions.
  • Appellate Law (judicial review) in Supreme Court of Victoria in a matter before the Hon. Justice McMillan.
  • Appellate Law – (de novo) 5 day County Court matter before Her Honour Judge Hogan.
  • Children’s Court mentions, conciliation conferences and contests.
  • Debt Recovery appearances, including bankruptcy.
  • Intervention Orders (Family Violence and Stalking Orders) in Contests.
  • Advising on merits and course of action on litigation matters including TFM, property, debt recovery and commercial litigation.

Immediately prior to coming to the bar Tasman worked as a solicitor advocate in Government where he gained experience in Court advocacy, including preparation of briefs and giving complex legal advice on urgent matters.

Prior to joining the public service, Tasman was in private practice at a boutique firm and acted in a range of matters including Property Law, Bankruptcy, Probate & Wills/ TFM and Commercial Litigation and appeared in the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Federal Magistrates’ Court and VCAT.

Tasman is currently an adjunct lecturer in the GDLP at the College of Law Victoria where he also runs advocacy workshops as part of the lawyer’s skills component of the GDLP.

Subjects taught include:

  • Civil Litigation Practice
  • Commercial and Corporate Practice
  • Property Law Practice
  • Ethics and Professional Responsibility
  • Administrative Law Practice
  • Consumer Law Practice
  • Wills and Estates Practice
  • Banking and Finance Practice

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation