Bar Roll – 24 October 2019
Admitted – 8 December 2015
Phone – (03) 9225 7333
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Chambers – Level 9, 460 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 3000
Daye accepts briefs for appearances and advices across a range of jurisdictions. She has experience in complicated migration cases in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Circuit Court, and Federal Court of Australia, and regularly appears in child protection and family violence matters. She has juniored in pro bono appeals and control order applications. In 2020, she won the Barrister award in the Lawyers’ Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards.
Daye has an academic interest in broader topics of law and justice, including the PhD she is writing on the topic of restorative justice for victims of sexual and family violence. Her current research is a systematic review of empirical research on restorative justice programs around the world.
Daye has an extensive international practice in North Korean human rights and law. She has been involved with the Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights since 2016, where she has contributed to human rights submissions, reports, and associated advocacy. Her work continues the work of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in pursuing accountability for the gravest human rights violations and international crimes. In her spare time, she is translating all of North Korea’s publicly available legislation into English at www.lawandnorthkorea.com.
For her work, Daye also won the International Bar Association Outstanding Young Lawyer Award in 2020, a global award made out to one lawyer every year.
Daye read with Mr Rohan Lawrence and her senior mentor is Ms Claire Harris QC.
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