Hugh Stowe is a member of 5th Floor Wentworth Chambers, and has been at the bar for 20 years.
He practices in equity and commercial litigation, with specialisation in insolvency, corporations law, and restraint of trade.
He has an undergraduate degree from Sydney University, and a Master of Laws from Cambridge.
Before coming to the Bar, he practised at the firms now known as Herbert Smith Freehills and King & Wood Mallesons, and was the Associate to the Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia. He has also lectured in law in the University of Durham, in the UK.
Has written papers and delivered seminars on various topics while at the bar, including expert evidence, legal professional privilege, the ethics of witness preparation, corporations law, bias, restraint of trade, settlement and mediation strategy.