Jamie Doran advises numerous Federal, State and Local Government clients, including government authorities and government owned corporations, on commercial matters such as tendering and procurements, infrastructure developments, funding agreements, compulsory acquisition arrangements and intellectual property.
Jamie is one of only a handful of specialists with this broad range of experience across all levels of government, giving him a wide perspective on public sector contracting practices and different approaches at each level of government. Jamie is also familiar with many of the emerging models of contracting for the public sector, including alliances, joint ventures, public private partnerships, shared services and off shoring arrangements.
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- Chambers Asia Pacific: other noted practitioner - Government (2018-2020)
- Best Lawyers Australia:
Named Lawyer of the Year in
- Government (2018)
- Water (2017)
Voted by peers as one of Australia's Best Lawyers in
- Government (2012-2021)
- Public (2012-2021)
- Regulatory Practice (2015-2021)
- Water (2012-2021)
Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Bond (1996)
Bachelor of Commerce, Bond (1996)
Master of Laws (Technology), Queensland University of Technology (2000)
admitted to practice
High Court of Australia (2000)
Australian Capital Territory (2002)
- Queensland Law Society
- Queensland Environmental Law Association
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Grant funding arrangements: Advising the Commonwealth and State governments on grant funding arrangements, including various options for protecting the Commonwealth and State interests in circumstances of grant recipient default and insolvency.
Defence Materiel Organisation: Assisted in advising the Defence Materiel Organisation on a number of significant strategic procurement projects, including advising on the tendering and contracting issues associated with these procurements.
Carbon Offset Policy Advice: Advising the State Government on establishing and structuring various special purpose vehicles, including a special purpose vehicle to implement the State's carbon and environmental offset policy agenda.
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Water distribution assets: Advising the South East Queensland Local Councils on the transfer of their $10 billion worth of water distribution assets to a single, jointly owned distribution entity.
Water restructuring reforms: Advising the State Government, many of the new statutory authorities established by the State Government, and local governments in relation to the water restructuring reforms being undertaken in South East Queensland. This includes advising on aspects of the establishment of new market rules and legislative reforms for the SEQ water grid market and on projects associated with the construction of the pipeline infrastructure necessary to support the grid.
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