Jacqueline Plant is an environment and planning lawyer based in Melbourne.
Jacqueline has extensive transactional, litigation and advisory experience.
Jacqueline has advised clients in the renewable energy, waste, development and government sectors on a wide range of environmental and planning matters including, environmental licensing and compliance, waste management, contaminated land, native vegetation, aboriginal cultural heritage, planning applications, planning scheme amendments and due diligence advice. Her experience also extends to regularly representing clients in specialist planning and environment tribunals and courts in disputed matters.
Jacqueline has worked on a number of large projects and disputed matters as part of multidisciplinary teams which means that she is well placed to work collaboratively with counsel, consultants and clients.
Jacqueline has a particular interest in the renewables sector, having completed Honours in law on the legal regulation of solar technology in Australia.
- Honours Degree of Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours), University of Adelaide, 2008
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Law Society of South Australia, 2008
- Bachelor of Arts (Geography), University of Adelaide, 2005
- High Court of Australia 2012
- Supreme Court of South Australia 2008
Memberships and activities
Since our previous legal update, the Victorian Environment Protection Amendment Bill 2018 (Bill) has passed both houses of Parliament with a single amendment, and is now awaiting assent from the Governor. .
September 04, 2018
The much anticipated Commonwealth Bill containing the emissions reduction target for the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) has been put on hold..
August 21, 2018