I have a combined Arts and Law degree, graduating from the University of Tasmania in 2017. I completed my Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice and was admitted to the Supreme Court of Tasmania in 2018. I am a member of the litigation committee for the Law Society of Tasmania, and the Tasmanian Women Lawyers association.
I have always practiced in personal injury law – primarily in motor vehicle accident, public liability, and workers compensation claims; but with additional experience in settling medical negligence and total and permanent disability claims. I represent any person injured in Tasmania, this includes residents of Tasmania, mainland Australia, and international clients. I have successfully represented clients in multiple divisions of the Tasmanian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and the Supreme Court of Tasmania.
I have always loved practicing personal injury law and representing injured plaintiffs. When a person comes to our firm they have often experienced a very traumatic event and an injury that substantially affects their ability to work or manage their day to day life. It is a privilege that as part of my work I am able to help them work through and understand the systems available to help them, and to obtain compensation.
I enjoy building relationships and trust with injured people, and I am passionate about utilising the legal and statutory systems available to achieve the best result possible.
In my spare time I enjoy hiking in the amazing Tasmanian wilderness, and a glass of Tasmanian wine (it is the best in Australia!).
Qualifications & Accreditations
- Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts
- Graduate diploma of legal practice, admitted to the Supreme Court of Tasmania and the High Court of Australia in 2018
- Litigation Committee, Law Society of Tasmania
- Tasmanian Women Lawyers