I have chosen to work in personal injury law because I am driven to advocate for workers and assist them in navigating legal processes to ensure they receive all that they are entitled to. I have come to appreciate the widespread impact that a work injury can have on a worker and their family, but also the relief legal advice and support can bring.
I understand that the WorkCover scheme can be overwhelming and intimidating, especially in the face of powerful insurers and employers. I am determined to make the legal process as straightforward and accessible as possible, so that clients can focus on their treatment and wellbeing.
I believe it is important my clients feel heard, truly understand my advice and feel comfortable to ask questions along the way. I am committed to empowering clients to make informed decisions about their case and to feel supported at every stage.
Prior to joining Slater and Gordon, I worked as a lawyer in a community legal centre providing free legal advice to people with disabilities to access supports under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). I have also volunteered at the Disability Discrimination Legal Service and other organisations committed to social justice in Victoria.
Qualifications and Admissions
- 2020 Admitted Supreme Court of Victoria
- 2020 College of Law
- 2019 Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) and Bachelor of Arts- Monash University
Memberships and Associations
- Law Institute of Victoria
- Victorian Women Lawyers
- 2020 - Lawyer at Community Legal Centre
- 2019-2020 - Associate, Administrative Appeals Tribunal
- 2018-2019 - Paralegal, Maurice Blackburn
- 2016-2018 - Volunteer, Disability Discrimination Legal Service