Elected to the Bar: 1994
Liability limited by a Scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation
Paul Mendelow has over 30 years’ experience in litigation with emphasis on Trade Practices, contractual disputes, insurance law, estates litigation and defending Occupational Safety prosecutions (involving death or serious injury).
He regularly appears in the Superior Courts (at both trial and appellate level) in matters involving large, complex litigation.
High Court appearances include Henville v Walker (2001) 206 CLR 459 and Vigolo v Boston (2005) 221 CLR 191.
Publications include the following articles published in the Australian Law Journal:
- “Expert Evidence: Legal Professional Privilege and Experts’ Reports” (2001) 75(4) ALJ 258
- “Trade Practices Act: Recent Developments in Assessment of Damages” (2003) 77(8) ALJ 534
Paul has been recognised in Doyle’s Guide for his expertise in Occupational Safety matters (2017) and for his expertise in Wills and Estate litigation (2016).
Date of admission: 1987
Qualifications: BA, LLB, Higher Diploma in Company Law (University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa)
Areas of practice
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Common Law and Personal Injury
- Industrial and Employment