David L. Bailey
Level 20, 200 Queen Street
Melbourne Victoria Australia
Tutor, Monash University Law School, (1966); Lecturer, Council of Legal Education (1969-1971); Visiting Teaching Fellow, University of Melbourne (1996-1997); Consultant to Monash University Law School, International Law (1998); Visiting Teaching Fellow, University of Melbourne (1999); Partner, Freehill Hollingdale and Page (& its predecessor firms) (1971-1997); Chairman of Directors, Flag International Limited and Flag Choice Hotels Ltd. (1997-2007); Chairman of directors Taltarni Vineyards and Clover Hill; Head of Practice KPMG Legal (1997-2000); Barrister since 2000; Adjunct Professor of Law, Victoria University, Melbourne (since 2004).
Law Institute of Victoria (1967-); Law Council of Australia (1967-); Victorian Bar (2000-); Fellow of the Resolution Institute, Australia (1985-); Member, International Legal Services Advisory Council (1991-1999); Fellow Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (1985-2010); Fellow Australian Institute for Commercial Arbitration (2010-);
Retail Tenancies Panel (1985-1994); Law Institute of Victoria—Conciliators Panel (1985-); Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (1985-2015); Australian Institute for Commercial Arbitration (2010-).
Conciliator and Solicitor, client disputes (1989-1991); Sole arbitrator, employment and family disputes (1994); Sole arbitrator, retail tenancy disputes (1989-1992); Chairman, professional disciplinary tribunal (1986); Counsel in international commercial arbitrations including court proceedings relating to arbitrations in Supreme Court of Victoria, Federal Court of Australia and High Court of Australia.
Chapter on Arbitration with precedents in Court, Forms, Precedents & Pleadings, Victoria, Lexis Nexis, published 2012 revised 2018; Senior Author, Civil Procedure, Victoria, Lexis Nexis; Editor, Court Forms, Precedents & Pleadings, Victoria, Editor Bulletin of Australian Institute for Commercial Arbitration, various articles on arbitration and dispute resolution.