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Hugh Stowe has been at the Bar since 2000.
He appears in a range of federal and state courts and tribunals, doing trial and appellate work, both led and unled.
Before coming to the bar, Mr Stowe practised as a solicitor at Mallesons Stephen Jacques (now, King & Wood Mallesons) and Freehills (now Herbert Smith Freehills), and was associate to the Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia.
Mr Stowe has a Master of Law from Cambridge, following which degree he lectured in law for a period at the University of Durham, UK.
Mr Stowe has a particular interest in settlement theory and practice, and the role of barristers in facilitating principled and commercially effective settlement in mediation.
Areas of Practice
Banking, Securities and Insolvency
Commissions and Inquiries
Competition and Trade Practices
Corporate and Commercial
Wills & Estates; Family Provision Act; Probate
ADMISSIONS & APPOINTMENTS
Year of Admission as an Australian Lawyer: 1990
Year of Admission to the NSW Bar: 2000