Full Name: Mr Joshua Kohn
Phone: +61 3 9225 6756
Secretary: +61 3 9225 6065
Fax: 9670 5756
Chambers: Lonsdale Chambers
Room: 1013
Date of Admission: 23 Feb 2004
Called to the Bar: 11 May 2006
Qualifications: LLM, LLB, BSc (Hon)


Joshua practices primarily in corporate and commercial law with a strong focus on corporate and personal insolvency. He has a broad appearance and advice practice which includes equity and trust, banking and finance, property law, professional negligence and general commercial litigation disputes.  

Joshua regularly advises and appears in the Supreme Court and the Federal Court in Victoria, NSW, Qld and WA in:

  • setting aside statutory demands and opposing winding up applications;
  • setting aside bankruptcy notices and opposing creditor petitions;
  • voidable transaction proceedings (such as unfair preference claims, uncommercial transactions, unreasonable director related transactions);
  • breach of director duties proceedings;
  • public examinations;
  • oppression proceedings;
  • corporate and personal security enforcement proceedings;
  • judgment debt enforcement proceedings;
  • professional indemnity proceeding (legal practitioners, liquidators, accountants and auditors); and
  • partnership and sale of business disputes.

Joshua has been consistently recognised by Doyle’s Guide ranking of Victorian insolvency and reconstruction barristers.

For more information, including a selected list of cases please call.

Areas of Practice

Commercial Law

  • Banking & Finance
  • Bankruptcy Law & Insolvency Law
  • Building Law & Construction Law
  • Competition Law & Consumer Law
  • Contractual Disputes
  • Corporations Law & Securities Law
  • Insurance Law & Professional Negligence Law
  • Property & Probate
  • Superannuation

Equity & Trusts

  • Real Property

Public Law & Administrative Law

  • Disciplinary Proceedings

Committee Memberships

  • (Member) Supreme Court - Corporations & Commercial Court Users' Group
From 1 Jul 2008, liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

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