DAYE GANG

Bar Roll – 24 October 2019  
Admitted – 8 December 2015

Phone – (03) 9225 7333
Mobile – 0423 133 308
Email – dayegang@vicbar.com.au
Chambers – Level 9, 460 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 3000

DAYE GANG

Bar Roll – 24 October 2019  
Admitted – 8 December 2015

Phone – (03) 9225 7333
Mobile – 0423 133 308
Email – dayegang@vicbar.com.au
Chambers – Level 9, 460 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 3000

Admitted to practice in

  • Victoria

Area of Law

  • Administrative Law / Public Law
  • Bankruptcy and Insolvency
  • Commercial Law
  • Children’s Court (Family Law Division)
  • Crimes Compensation
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • Crimes/Family Violence/Intervention Orders
  • Immigration/Refugee Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Coronial Inquests

About

Daye has a broad practice in civil and administrative law, especially in migration matters in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Federal Court. She welcomes both appearance-based and paperwork briefs. Daye won the Barrister category for the 2020 Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards. She also practises in commercial law, child protection, summary crime, family violence and family law cases.

Daye is a North Korean human rights advocate with the Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights, the oldest North Korean human rights organisation in the world. She has conducted world-first research on North Korea’s government, society and economy for public accountability reporting and human rights reporting submissions to the United Nations. She has conducted advocacy before the European Union and United Nations on the findings of reports on human rights breaches and the impact of sanctions in North Korea. She is also pursuing a PhD by publication in the applicability of restorative justice for sexual and family violence at Monash University. She has presented her findings on a review of empirical research at national and international academic conferences, and her current study is a thematic analysis of Parliamentary debates on sexual offence reform laws between 1979 and 2016.

She read with Mr Rohan Lawrence and her senior mentor is Ms Claire Harris QC. Her new project, Law and North Korea  aims to translate all North Korean legislation available from South Korean government sources into English to foster better informed research and commentary about the Korean peninsula.

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation