Elected to the Bar: 2006
Liability limited by a Scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation
Robert Nash’s areas of practice are primarily in the areas of inheritance, contested probate, estate and trust administration disputes; commercial disputes with an emphasis on real property, business acquisition disputes and restraint of trade; inquiries and inquests; military disciplinary law; and criminal statutory prosecutions.
Until about 2012, his practice was very broad and included a significant component of criminal law.
From 1989 to 90, Robert was the pupil of CJL Pullin QC, RA Macknay QC and AD Fenbury. Since that time, he has practised in the Amalgam and at the Bar; and from 1996 to 1997 he was co-counsel assisting on the Wanneroo Inc. Royal Commission.
Robert sits as a member of the WA Racing Penalties Appeals Tribunal. He is Head of Panel of the WA Navy Reserve Legal Panel, and is also the non-executive chairman of a small publicly listed mining company.
Date of admission: 1987
Qualifications: BJuris, LLB, Notary Public
Areas of practice
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Inquests and Inquiries