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Patrick McIntyre has worked in civil litigation since commencing work as an articled clerk in Adelaide in 1975 while he undertook his legal studies.
Since his admission to the Bar in 1979 his practice can be summarised as follows:
1979-81 - Employed Solicitor, Adelaide SA
1981-94 - Managing Partner SA Rural/Regional Law firm
1994-96 - Employed Solicitor, Darwin NT
1996-current - Barrister, Darwin NT
Current Dominant Areas of Practice
Constitutional, Administrative & Local Government Law
Contract, Commercial & Estate Law
Indigenous Rights & Native Title Law
Counsel in the following significant cases
Kadlunga v ETSA  39 SASR 410
Blyth District Hospital v SA Health Commision  49 SASR 501
Hiroti v The Queen  NTSC 103
Milatos & Anor v Clayton Utz  NTSC 44
Amoonguna Community Inc & Ors v Northern Territory of Australia & Anor  NTSC 33
Gondarra v Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs  FCA 25.
NLC v Quall  FCFCA 77 - 20 May 2020
Patrick has been the legal practitioner member of the NT Building Practitioners Board and chaired its Disciplinary Tribunal and is currently chair of the Thoroughbred Racing NT Appeals Committee. He has appeared as counsel in numerous administrative tribunals including Royal Commission hearings, AAT, NTCAT and Coronial hearings.
Patrick's terms of retainer and a curriculum vitae detailing his extensive history facilitating complex multi-party, cross-cultural and politically sensitive negotiations and his work in education and training is available upon request.