Xuelin practises in commercial law, administrative law, regulatory investigations and restructuring and insolvency.
Since coming to the Bar, Xuelin has been briefed in a wide range of matters involving proceedings in the Victorian Supreme Court, Victorian County Court, Victorian Magistrates' Court, VCAT, Federal Court, Federal Circuit Court and in arbitration proceedings. She has also been briefed to provide opinions.
Before coming to the Bar, Xuelin was a Special Counsel in the Commercial Litigation group of Clayton Utz. As a solicitor for 13 years, she acted for large national and multinational companies and government clients in a variety of complex and large-scale disputes across Australian jurisdictions. Notable matters include the restructure of Centro Group; ASIC’s civil penalties case against Mariner and its directors and High Court case of Central Bayside General Practice. Xuelin’s public law experience includes leading in-house litigation teams at Commonwealth government agencies on secondment.
Xuelin studied at the ANU as a National Undergraduate Scholar and graduated with Honours degrees in Science and Laws. She was also awarded a Summer Research Scholarship and has studied at the University of California, Berkeley. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Xuelin is reading with Christopher Archibald. Her senior mentor is Peter Murdoch QC.
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