I began my legal career at Slater and Gordon working on the groundbreaking Manus Island Class Action (the largest settlement of a human rights class action in Australian legal history), first as a paralegal, then as a graduate and finally as an admitted solicitor. I now work in the motor vehicle accident compensation team, where I regularly achieve compensation for clients injured in road accidents.
It's my passion and privilege to help clients through difficult times. I practise law to make a difference in my clients' lives. I am proud to be a lawyer, creating real change within the community and representing clients in cases large and small.
Although the compensation system may seem complex, my emphasis is on communication: making sure you feel confident and have a clear understanding of your rights. I want your legal experience to be stress free.
My background is in employment law, working with various trade unions and community legal centres to help workers navigate their employment rights. Prior to practising law, I worked in project management and was involved in the transition and re-skilling of hundreds of workers affected by the closure of major car manufacturing businesses in Victoria.
Professional Qualifications and Admissions
- Admitted, High Court of Australia
- Admitted, Supreme Court of Victoria
- Juris Doctor, The University of Melbourne
- Bachelor of Business Management, RMIT University
- 2015 - Present, Slater and Gordon
Memberships and Associations
- Law Institute of Victoria
- Victorian Womens' Lawyers Association