Michael Kirby Chambers
49 Davey Street
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
235 Queen St, Melbourne 3000
Telephone: 03 9640 3133
Admitted to Practice: (QLD) 17 March 1997
Signed Bar Roll: Tasmanian Independent Bar 19 March 2010
Also Admitted in: Victoria
Picha Djohan graduated from law at the University of Sydney in 1993 and then moved to Queensland practising in Brisbane before moving to Cairns where she has been an advocate since 1997 and maintains chambers (Macrossan Chambers). She conducts a national practice as a barrister in two discrete specialised areas. First, her practice covers all areas of planning and environment law. Secondly, she has a specialist practice in government relations and services principally involving the Gaming and Licensing industry.
She has a current multi-jurisdictional practice and extensive litigation and advisory experience which provide a unique capability to provide high level strategic advice on legislative reform and planning policy. Her ongoing litigation work informs and compliments her advisory capabilities and provides clients with strategic and practical options particularly directed to desired identified outcomes.
She has extensive experience in all aspects of planning processes.
Areas of Practice:
Administrative Law (Judicial Review), Administrative Law (Merits Review), Planning & Environment, Property Law (including Compulsory Acquisition), Gaming & Licensing