I graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) in early 2018. In my time at USC, I was an active member of the USC Law Students' Association Committee in the role of Director of Wellbeing, encouraging awareness and discussion around mental health and wellbeing in law. I was proud to accept the Una Prentice Award for the Highest Achieving Female Law Graduate of my graduating class, presented by the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland.
I was admitted to the legal profession in June 2018.
I currently work as a lawyer at Griffiths Parry Lawyers in the litigation department across a range of matters and claims including contract disputes, leasing, insolvency, consumer law, debt recovery, deceased estates and intellectual property.
I am a founding member of Future Leaders Sunshine Coast, a new group for young professionals aged 18-35 years old from any industry.