Jade MarrBachelor of Laws (QUT); Master of Laws (Bond) (candidate)
Areas of Practice
Administrative Law & Judicial Review
Civil, Human Rights & Discrimination
Commissions of Inquiry & Inquests
Equity & Trusts
Professional Disciplinary Proceedings
Regulatory Proceedings and Prosecutions
Trade Practices and Competition
Jade has a commercial litigation practice with a regulatory and enforcement focus.
Jade came to the Bar with 10 years experience as a commercial litigation solicitor, most recently as senior associate at a top tier national firm.
Jade has appeared at all levels of the State Courts, as well as the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission. She has also appeared, both led and unled, in the Federal Court, and also the Federal Circuit Court. Jade has also acted as counsel representing next of kin in coronial inquests.
Jade has been briefed in a range of commercial matters including disciplinary matters before tribunals, civil penalty actions in the Federal Court, judicial review and forfeiture actions under the Migration Act, as well as complex litigation in the Supreme Court involving issues of insurance coverage, negligence and misleading and deceptive conduct. Jade has also acted in matters against the State and the police concerning false imprisonment and battery.
Her primary areas of interest include contractual disputes, employment law and industrial relations, anti-discrimination, professional disciplinary matters, regulatory prosecutions and enforcement, administrative law and intellectual property.
Jade lectures in Evidence at Bond University.
Jade undertakes pro-bono work for Women’s Legal Service, Caxton Legal Centre and LawRight.