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Since his call to the Bar in 1986, Keith Howe has practised at the Brisbane Bar and developed a broad practice which includes work in Brisbane and regional areas, including the Gold Coast and Northern New South Wales.
Keith appears as an advocate at both trial and appellate level in matters involving many aspects of commercial, insurance, property and common law generally. His practice includes a wide range of advisory work.
From early in his career, Mr Howe has appeared for many local authorities in a broad range of areas from contractual disputes, public liability matters, insurance and re-insurance matters and litigation concerning Council’s approval process and subsidence claims.
Mr Howe also practises in the areas of Workplace Law.
Mr Howe is a nationally accredited mediator. He also has extensive mediation experience (Court appointment or otherwise) both as a mediator and as counsel, including mediating insurance and commercial law disputes, Estate matters, TPD claims and financial advice disputes.
In December 2017, Mr Howe was elected as a member of the bar council of the Bar Association of Queensland.
In November 2018, Mr Howe was elected as a member of the bar council of the Bar Association of Queensland.
In January 2019, Mr Howe was appointed as a director of the Law Council of Australia.
The Metes & Bounds of a Letter of Demand, Proctor Article, 1 May 2007
“The Ten Point Plan and its Constitutional Validity”; Native Title News 5(3) June 2001.
Property Law “Being Ready, Willing and Able and more on Foran v Wight”, Issue 17 May 2007.
“Differing Styles and Models for the Conduct of Mediations”, Issue 20 September 2007.
I Spy with My Little Drone, the Journal of the Bar Association of Queensland, July 2015.