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Kathleen Morris

Bachelor of Social Science - University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Laws (1st Class Hons) - University of New South Wales
Master of Laws - University of Sydney


Admitted to the Bar 2020


Kathleen accepts briefs to advise and appear in all areas of law, and is most extensively experienced in international commercial arbitration, commercial litigation and administrative law. Prior to coming to the bar, Kathleen worked as a solicitor at Clayton Utz where she was involved in matters concerning contractual, property, and company disputes, insolvency, wills and estates, environmental law, and administrative law.

During her time as a solicitor, Kathleen regularly appeared as a solicitor advocate in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia, Supreme Court of New South Wales, District Court of New South Wales, and the Local Court of New South Wales.

Kathleen was also previously the Tipstaff to Justice Gleeson of the New South Wales Court of Appeal, the Judicial Associate to Chief Justice Allsop of the Federal Court of Australia, and the Arbitral Tribunal Secretary to Professor Doug Jones AO.

Principal Areas of Practice

  • Commercial Law See all +Close -
    • Administrative Law
    • Admiralty and Maritime
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Appellate
    • Arbitration
    • Building, Construction and Technology
    • Competition and Consumer
    • Conflict of Laws
    • Contracts
    • International Law
    • Product liability
    • Real property
    • Trade Practices
  • Common Law See all +Close -
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Appellate
    • Personal Injury
  • Criminal See all +Close -
    • Appellate
    • White collar and corporate crime
  • Equity See all +Close -
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Appellate
    • Property
    • Trusts
    • Wills and Estates
  • Public and Administrative Law See all +Close -
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Appellate
    • Judicial review and administrative law
    • Merits review
    • Proceeds of crime
    • Public law
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