Please select your location to view information that is specific to you.
Practice Group Leader, Criminal Law
Kirstie Grigor is the national Practice Group Leader for Slater and Gordon’s Criminal Law Practice. This practice has lawyers in most states across the country and capacity to represent clients in all criminal jurisdictions.
Kirstie has 16 years’experience in criminal law. She has worked solely in criminal law at Slater and Gordon since joining the firm in 2002.
Kirstie specialises in providing advice and representation to individuals charged with offences or being investigated in relation to a range of legal areas. She is passionate about ensuring the rights of her clients are protected, that her clients feel well informed and are expertly represented throughout the court process.
- Arrests and police interviews
- Murder and manslaughter
- Assaults and injury charges
- Driving offences
- Coronial inquests
- Drug offences
- IBAC inquiries
- Centrelink and other fraud
- Proceeds of crime applications
- Sexual offences
- Theft and property offences
- Worksafe and TAC investigations
- 2014 Slater and Gordon (Practice Group Leader)
- Since 2010 Slater and Gordon (senior associate)
- 2009 Slater and Gordon (associate)
- 2002 – 2009 Kenyons Lawyers (lawyer)
- 1999 – 2002 Patrick W Dwyer and Associates
Professional qualifications and admissions
- 2000 Admitted, Supreme Court of Victoria
- 1999 Bachelor of Laws, La Trobe University
- 1994 Bachelor of Arts, La Trobe University
Memberships and associations
- Law Institute of Victoria
- Criminal Law Section, Law Institute of Victoria
- Amnesty International
‘I am very grateful that you were with me all through this horrible time. I can’t thank you enough for your constant care and attention. Your attention to detail and thorough knowledge of the masses of documents and statements was, undoubtedly, the fact that made the trial run so smoothly. Everything was done on time, exactly when you told me it would be done. You remained in constant contact with me so I always knew where the case was up to and what was going to happen next. I never felt as though it was running away from me, and I thank you for ensuring I remained updated and felt in control of what was going on.'