Inheritances are often a contentious issue in family law property settlements due to the emotional significance that is attached to…Read More
I have completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Public Health) through Queensland University of Technology (QUT), a Bachelor of Laws through QUT, and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice through Griffith University.
While studying I worked as an articled clerk for my late father in his small firm in the Lockyer Valley, and then later as an instructing clerk for the Office of Director of Public Prosecutions, and as Associate to Her Honour Judge Richards DCJ.
Once admitted as a lawyer I worked for several years as a legal officer within the Office of Director of Public Prosecutions within the Toowoomba, Ipswich and Brisbane chambers. Through this role I gained a high level of skills and experience in court advocacy, and I also developed a strong sense of justice and a commitment to fairness and integrity.