McNAUGHT (née Goldberg), Sarah

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McNAUGHT (née Goldberg), Sarah


Areas of Practice

  • Administrative Law
  • Building Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Contract Law
  • Employment/Industrial
  • Insurance
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Personal Injuries
  • Professional Negligence
  • Property Law
 

Sarah practices in a wide range of civil litigation including commercial and common law. She has a particular interest in contractual disputes and personal injury law including worker's compensation, TAC, public liability and medical negligence claims.

Since signing the Bar Roll in April 2015, Sarah has appeared in stautory benefits claims, interlocutory proceedings, serious injury applications and damages trials. She has experience drafting pleadings, interrogatories, serious injury documents and advices.

Prior to coming to the bar, Sarah was Associate to Justice Tracey AM RFD at the Federal Court of Australia. She completed her articles in Maurice Blackburn. As a solicitor, Sarah worked in a range of areas, including medical negligence, workcover and comcare.

Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Japanese) and a Juris Doctor (with Honours). She read with James Nixon, and her Senior Mentor was Mary Anne Hartley QC.


From 1st May 2015, liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation



 


 

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