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    Stephen Keim SCStephen Keim SC

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

    Telephone: 0433 846 518

    Email:

    Admitted to Practice: February 1978

    Signed Bar Roll: July 1985 (Queensland)

    Appointed Silk: December 2004 (Queensland)

    Also Admitted In: Queensland

    Biography:

    Stephen was admitted as a barrister in 1985 and took silk in 2004. He practices across a wide range of areas of law including administrative law and crime.

    Stephen won the Human Rights Medal in 2009. Stephen’s advocacy includes appellate as well as first instance practice.

    Stephen also publishes articles on a wide range of subjects including in Hearsay, Justinian, New Matilda and Independent Australia.

    Areas of Practice:

    • Administrative Law
    • Appellate work across a range of disciplines
    • Criminal Defence
    • Criminal Prosecution
    • Tribunal work including medical defence, planning and environment

     

     

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