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    Fabiano Cangelosi

    Salamanca Chambers
    Level 2, 81 Salamanca Place
    Battery Point, Tasmania 7004

    Telephone: +61 422 914 134

    Email:

    Website: www.fcangelosi.com

    Admitted to Practice: 19 August 2011

    Signed Bar Roll: 1 January 2018

    Also Admitted in: High Court of Australia

    Biography:

    Fabiano Cangelosi is a criminal defence lawyer and civil litigator practising from Hobart in Tasmania.

    Before being called to the bar, Fabiano practised at the Launceston firm of Rae & Partners from 2011 to 2014, and from 2014 to 2017 at the Hobart firm of Simmons Wolfhagen, where he developed a criminal defence practice in the Southern region of Tasmania, based on forceful advocacy, robust cross-examination, and legal knowledge, in addition to maintaining a practise in building disputes, defamation law, and criminal prosecution work for a number of Local Governments of offences under the Local Government Act 1993, the Building Act 2000, the Building Act 2016, and the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993.

    Areas of Practice:

    • Appellate
    • Anti-discrimination
    • Building actions
    • Criminal defence
    • Criminal prosecution (Building, Planning, Local Government Act 1993 offences)
    • Intentional torts

     

     

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