TEMPLE SAVILLE

Bar Roll – 19 May 2011   
Admitted – 15 April 2008

Phone – (03) 9225 7333
Mobile – 0407 544 322
Email – tsaville@vicbar.com.au
Chambers – Floor 9, Room 0917B, Owen Dixon Chambers East, 205 William Street, Melbourne 3000

TEMPLE SAVILLE

Bar Roll – 19 May 2011   
Admitted – 15 April 2008

Phone – (03) 9225 7333
Mobile – 0407 544 322
Email – tsaville@vicbar.com.au
Chambers – Floor 9, Room 0917B, Owen Dixon Chambers East, 205 William Street, Melbourne 3000

 

Area of Law

  • Administrative Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Bankruptcy/Insolvency
  • Commercial Law
  • Common Law
  • Coronial Inquests
  • Corporations (Company) Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law (Including Defacto)
  • Magistrates’ Court – Civil

Temple’s practice is broad and extends across various areas of the law. Temple advises and appears for both Government and private clients.

Temple has experience appearing in Magistrates Court, Federal Circuit Court, Family Court, County Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and VOCAT. Temple has also had experience appearing in VCAT in the Residential Tenancies List and Civil Claims List. She appears both unled and as junior counsel in all types of hearings. Temple has a comprehensive understanding of the laws of Evidence.

Temple has extensive experience in written advocacy. She has been briefed to prepare and settle various documents including, advice, applications, notices, submissions, affidavits and statements.  Temple also has extensive experience in document analysis and review.

Temple has public law experience, particularly in relation to public interest immunity, confidentiality and suppression, and orders under the Open Courts Act 2013. Temple also has a comprehensive understanding of the Inquiries Act 2014 and the Witness Protection Act 1991.

Temple has experience in compensation law in relation to s85B applications and VOCAT applications.

Temple’s family law experience includes being briefed in both parenting and financial matters. Temple also has extensive experience in family violence and Intervention Order hearings.

Temple appears regularly in the Magistrates Court in both the Criminal and Civil jurisdictions in matters such as, contractual disputes, debt claims, and Local Council related matters.

Temple has had experience in a range of prosecutions involving the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004, the Customs Act 1901 and both the Crimes Act and Criminal Code Act.  In addition, matters involving orders pursuant to the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997 and the Serious Sex Offenders (Detention and Supervision) Act 2009.

Temple has a keen interest in insolvency and bankruptcy related matters.

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation.