Scott Davison is available to accept briefs in Defamation, Privacy, Coronial, Disciplinary and Regulatory matters. In addition, Scott accepts briefs in the area of Medical Law and professional liability.
Scott comes to the Bar with broad experience gained as a solicitor advocate. Since coming to the Bar, Scott has gained advocacy experience in a range of commercial, employment and civil disputes as well as criminal proceedings and trials.
Scott graduated from Monash University with Honours in 2010 and is the 2009 recipient of the Supreme Court Exhibition Prize. In 2019, Scott commenced tutoring Evidence Law at Monash University.
Scott was conferred a Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne in 2022. He completed his Master of Laws with subjects including “Medical Litigation”, “Advanced Evidence”, “Regulation of Health Practitioners”, “Medical Ethics”, “Defamation”, “Expert Evidence”, “Privacy Law” and “Law and Emerging Health Technologies”.
Before coming to the Law, Scott served with the Australian Regular Army for more than 21 years reaching the rank of Major in the Royal Australian Armoured Corps. He recently transferred to the Royal Australian Navy (Reserve) as a Legal Officer.
Scott is a current member of the Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences. Scott is also a member of the Common Law, Military, Industrial, Commercial and Criminal Bar associations.
Scott read (VI) with David Purcell SC. His Senior Mentor is Professor Ian Freckelton QC.
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