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Reegan practices in commercial law and has particular expertise in trusts, equity and probate matters.
Reegan is also an associate of the Asian Law Centre at Melbourne Law School (MLS) and was an Honourary Fellow of MLS in 2017, teaching Insolvency Law in semester 2.
Reegan's reported appearances include:
• Food and Beverage Australia Ltd v Andrews  VSCA 258 (acting for an administrator in an action for debt, led by Michael Galvin QC)
• Higgins v Wilkinson  VCC 1534 (successfully defended a Part IV application for executor)
• Higgins v Wilkinson (Ruling)  VCC 1942 (costs application)
• Pandolfo v Finadri & Ors  VSC 211 (preliminary discovery application)
Before coming to the Bar, Reegan was the senior associate to the Honourable Justice McMillan at the Supreme Court of Victoria. As an associate, Reegan sat in matters in the Trusts, Equity & Probate List in the Common Law Division. She supported her Honour on complex trust matters, equity and judicial review proceedings.
Prior to her associateship, Reegan was the Principal Researcher for the Japan Program at the Asian Law Centre as well undertaking research at the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation at Melbourne Law School. She is an experienced researcher and published author. Examples of her publications are located on her Linkedin profile.
Reegan is currently completing her Masters of Law at the University of Melbourne. She also completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Melbourne.
In addition to her legal qualifications, Reegan holds a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours, majoring in Japanese and Politics, from the University of Queensland. She worked for the Japanese government for 3 years and is fluent in Japanese.
Reegan read with Sam Hay. Her senior mentor is Wendy Harris QC.
Date of Admission
11 Nov 2014
First Signed Bar Roll
04 May 2017
BA (Hons) (UQ); JD (Melbourne); GDLP (ANU)
Senior Associate to the Honourable Justice McMillan
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