Caitlin Angus

Caitlin has specific expertise and interest in Succession Law, Criminal Law, Equity and International Law, and has additionally worked in Family Law, Immigration Law and Consumer Law. Caitlin does accept briefs in all areas of the law.

Caitlin graduated with a combined Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of International Studies (International Relations) with Distinction from the University of Wollongong, receiving an Academic Scholarship and the University Award for the Highest Mark in International Business Law for her papers on the Global Regulation of Geographical Indications and Australia’s International Investment Laws. Caitlin also studied at the University of Massachusetts, receiving a place on the Dean’s List of Honours.

Prior to being called to the Bar, Caitlin worked as a Legal Research Assistant to several Counsel. She has been a friend of Edmund Barton Chambers for two years prior to coming to the Floor, having assisted her fellow Counsel with many cases, some of them of a high-profile nature. She also worked over a period of three years in the Federal Court and High Court of Australia in the role of Court Monitor, providing an extraordinary opportunity to commence her dedication to advocacy at the hands of some of the finest advocates in New South Wales. Caitlin has assisted and is a strong supporter of the Duty Barrister Scheme at the Downing Centre Criminal Court.