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DR Juliet lucy
Workplace Disputes & Discrimination
Property & Trusts
PhD (University of Sydney) (in English Literature) (2001)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours, Class One) (University of Sydney) (1995)
Bachelor of Laws (Honours, Class One) (University of Sydney) (1994)
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (College of Law) (2005)
NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Senior Member
Juliet graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Law in 1994, was admitted as a solicitor in 2005 and was called to the bar in 2012. She has a general practice with a strong focus on public law.
Juliet appears regularly in the District, Supreme and Federal Courts across a range of practice areas, including administrative law, insurance, commercial law,family provision and equity.
In addition to her work at the bar, Juliet is a Senior Member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, assigned to the Appeal Panel and the Administrative and Equal Opportunity, Occupational and Consumer and Commercial Divisions of the Tribunal.
Prior to coming to the bar, Juliet was a senior solicitor at the NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office. This has given her a good understanding of the practice of administrative and constitutional law and the issues affecting government agencies.
Juliet has also worked as a legal academic, most recently teaching Contracts at Macquarie University. She regularly gives papers on topics including procedural fairness, grounds of judicial review and family provision.
Robinson, Mark, Juliet Lucy and John Fitzgerald, NCAT – Practice and Procedure, Lawbook Co, 2015.
Lucy, Juliet. Water Regulation: The Laws of Australia.Thomsons, 2008.
Robinson SC, Mark and Juliet Lucy. “Fact-finding in the Twenty-First Century and Beyond,” (2018) 93 AIAL Forum 46.
Lucy, Juliet. “Merits Review and the Twenty-First Century Tribunal,” (2017) 24 AJ Admin L 121.
Lucy, Juliet. “Judicial Review of Administrative Action, Procedural Fairness,” “Error of Law and Want of Jurisdiction” and “Failure to Exercise Discretion” in Mark Robinson SC (ed), Judicial Review - The Laws of Australia, Thomson Reuters, 2014.