FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA

Australian Capital Territory Registry

Nigel Bowen Commonwealth Law Courts Building Childers Street CANBERRA, 2601

24 June 2024

GENERAL DUTY JUDGE: Justice Burley
From 8:30am Monday the 17th of June through to 8:30am Sunday the 23rd of June.
Practitioners - contact Associate on (02) 8099 8334 or (02) 8099 8339 
Self-represented parties - for assistance contact the Registry on 1300 720 980

GENERAL DUTY JUDGE: Justice Wigney
From 8:30am Sunday the 23rd of June through to 8:30am Monday the 24th of June.
Practitioners - contact Associate on (02) 8099 8433 or (02) 8099 8442
Self-represented parties - for assistance contact the Registry on 1300 720 980

GENERAL DUTY JUDGE: Justice Raper
From 8:30am Monday the 24th of June through to 8:30am Monday the 1st of July.
Practitioners - contact Associate on (02) 8099 8571 or (02) 8099 8571
Self-represented parties - for assistance contact the Registry on 1300 720 980

URGENT MATTERS - COMMERCIAL & CORPORATIONS DUTY JUDGE: Justice Goodman
From 8:30am Monday the 17th of June through to 8:30am Monday the 24th of June.
Practitioners - contact Associate on (02) 8099 8489
Self-represented parties - for assistance contact the Registry on 1300 720 980

URGENT MATTERS - COMMERCIAL & CORPORATIONS DUTY JUDGE: Justice Halley
From 8:30am Monday the 24th of June through to 8:30am Monday the 1st of July.
Practitioners - contact Associate on (02) 8099 8519 or (02) 8099 8374
Self-represented parties - for assistance contact the Registry on 1300 720 980

LISTING & GENERAL ENQUIRIES
Contact the Registry on 1300 720 980
Use Federal Law Search on the Commonwealth Courts Portal at www.comcourts.gov.au/public/esearch
Visit www.fedcourt.gov.au

AFTER HOURS:
For urgent after hours applications contact the Duty Registrar on: 02 9966 7988 

USE OF RECORDING DEVICES PROHIBITED.
The use of recording and transmission devices on Court premises or in Court hearings, irrespective of whether that hearing is heard in person, using remote access technology or a combination of both is strictly prohibited, without express approval of the Court. Failure to comply may constitute an offence.

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