Alicia’s keen interest in psychology and a desire for justice led her to a legal career specialising in personal injury.
Alicia specialises in civil litigation and regularly appears at the District and Supreme Courts of New South Wales and the Magistrate’s Court of the ACT. She has been involved in the highly reported cases of John Tsoromokos v Australian Native Landscapes  NSWSC 321 and Nouf El Hajjar BHT NSW Trustee and Guardian v Georgoulopoulos  NSWDC 335.
By working on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants in public liability, medical negligence, workers compensation and CTP claims, Alicia is able to appreciate the relative strengths of each case and approach her matters in a cost effective and commercial manner.
Alicia prides herself on her positive, compassionate yet resilient attitude.
“My colleagues and I are energetic, empathetic and experienced practitioners and together, we go above and beyond to strongly advocate for our clients.”
Key Professional Achievements
- Commenced employment at Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers in 2016 as a member of Olivia Mailian’s team.
- Obtained a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts (Applied Psychology) at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney, in 2017.
- Admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2018.
- Member of the in Carroll & O’Dea’s MOSAIC Pro Bono Program.
- Mentor at the Clemente Programme at the Australian Catholic University.
- Member of the NSW Young Lawyers Association.