PROFILE

Full Name: Naomi Lenga
Email: naomi.lenga@vicbar.com.au
Phone:+61 3 9225 7369
Fax:+61 3 9225 8480
Mobile:0403 195 587
Chambers: Aickin Chambers
Room: 1914
Date of Admission: 7 May 2001
Called to the Bar: 5 May 2016
Qualifications: LLB (Hons), BA

Profile

Naomi has a broad practice incorporating corporate and commercial litigation, costs law and corporate/white collar crime.

Naomi is briefed to appear as Counsel and Junior Counsel in complex hearings, interlocutory matters in all jurisdictions, including applications for summary judgment, winding up applications, applications to strike out pleadings, mediations, criminal charges, pleas and contested final hearings.

She is also available to draft court documents and provide advice.

Naomi has a particular interest in corporate/white collar crime including breach of duty by company directors and fraud.

She has been retained by the Legal Services Commissioner to facilitate negotiations and mediations, resolve complex costs related disputes between complainant and lawyers using various ADR methods, investigate disciplinary disputes and draft binding determinations.

Before joining the Bar, Naomi taught in the Undergraduate and Juris Doctor postgraduate program at Monash University Law School in a range of legal subjects including Corporations Law, Contract Law and Legal Reasoning and Statutory Interpretation.

Naomi worked as a solicitor at Clayton Utz where she gained experience in a broad range of commercial matters and disputes including director’s duties, corporate governance, insolvency and insurance.

She also has extensive experience as a Costs Lawyer having worked for Ariel Weingart for 8 years.

Naomi read with Dean Guidolin. Her senior mentors are Gerard Dalton QC and Jeremy Ruskin QC. 

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Areas of Practice

Commercial

  • Competition
  • Consumer Protection Law
  • Contractual Disputes
  • Corporate Insolvency
  • Corporations Law
  • Insurance
  • Professional Liability

Criminal

  • White Collar and Corporate Crime
From 6 May 2016, liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.


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