I have always had a passion for social justice and helping people navigate their way through the legal system. During my time at university I interned for Jesuit Social Services in their policy department and at Victoria Legal Aid. During that time I also volunteered at university and piloted a volunteer program linking law students with organisations that assist those affected by domestic violence.
This passion led me to pursuing a career at Slater and Gordon and in 2016 I became a paralegal in the Class Actions team. During that time I worked on class actions assisting people who were affected by bushfires and refugees in detention centers.
I commenced working in Workers Compensation as a Graduate Lawyer in 2018. I have had the opportunity to work on various causes including people injured at work, people diagnosed with occupational cancer or affected by occupational exposures, and people who have been harassed or bullied at work.
Professional Qualifications and Admissions
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
- Bachelor of Arts. Melbourne University
- Juris Doctor, Melbourne University
- 2016 - Present, Slater and Gordon