Kezia David

Kezia has acted in disputes agitated in the Local, District and the Supreme Court of NSW and other counter parts in other states including Victoria, Queensland, ACT and WA, the Federal Court of Australia, NCAT, FOS (the predecessor of AFCA), Fair Work Australia, Medical Council, HCCC, Dental Board and Victims Services.

Kezia is generally instructed by individuals, government and private institutions, directly or indirectly (by the subrogated insurers or private funders), in advisory and litigated matters.

With a decade of experience including experience appearing as a solicitor advocate, Kezia has gained extensive experience in the conduct of commercial litigation in a wide range of industries.

Of note, Kezia has secured successful outcomes in matters involving unsettled law, newly introduced law and challenge of the Court’s decision with far-reaching practical effect for her clients.

Kezia’s areas of practice spans across:
  
  • commercial disputes traversing contractual disputes, equity, trusts, employment and consumer law;
  • insurance indemnity disputes involving claims in public liability, professional negligence, property damage involving allegations of fraud, life and total and permanent disablement, and claims against self-funded trustees in superannuation;
  • disputes in succession law, including family provision claims, administration disputes, applications for rectification of wills and removal of executors.

Kezia values delivering ethical outcomes that are meaningful to her clients achieved through collaborative engagement with them. Clients describe Kezia as one who delivers outstanding work balancing her knowledge with strategy to put clients in the best position for success and as one who goes over and above their expectations.

Kezia also has a particular interest in contributing to the legal profession and the practice of law. In addition to her contributions as a mentor to legal practitioners and a presenter on different subject matters, she has also accepted her appointment as a member of the Law Society’s 2020 Litigation Law and Practice Committee, as well as, the Law Society’s 2020 Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee.