Robert Turnbull

Robert accepts briefs in all areas of law, to advise and appear throughout Australia and abroad.  His principal areas of practice are commercial, public law, tax and white-collar crime disputes.  He has particular expertise in arbitration, as counsel and tribunal secretary.

Before the Bar, Robert was a solicitor at Clayton Utz, and Slaughter and May in London, with a broad disputes and investigations practice.  In both Australia and the United Kingdom he has acted for financial institutions, governments, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, manufacturers and companies in the resources sector, as well as individuals.

Previously, he was Tribunal Secretary to Professor Doug Jones AO, international arbitrator.

Formerly, he was tipstaff to the Hon. Justice P A Bergin AO, Chief Judge in Equity.

Robert holds degrees from the University of Cambridge and the University of Sydney.

Bill Ilkovski

Bill Ilkovski, having worked as a solicitor for 7 years, commenced as a barrister in October 2007. He read on 8th Floor Wentworth Chambers.  He appears in all of the courts and most tribunals in New South Wales and in federal courts and tribunals as well.   He also regularly appears in courts of other states and territories.

The disputes work for which he has expertise is work that has a predominant commercial or trading element.  This includes contracts disputes, property related disputes, building and construction disputes, or trade practices disputes in which he has acted for private individuals, corporations and governments.  He also take briefs and has expertise in dust diseases, administrative law and regulatory offences matters.