Katherine has experience working across a number of areas of law including personal injury, criminal law, wills and estates and family law.
In recent years Katherine has gained in depth experience representing a variety of clients in personal injury matters including police officers and a significant number of clients in regional New South Wales.
Representing clients in remote locations with limited access to or understanding of the legal system carries with it additional responsibilities. Katherine takes seriously her duty as a solicitor to ensure that her clients understand the nature of their rights and the various legal avenues available to them. Katherine places strong emphasis on regular and meaningful communication with clients.
“It is a particularly rewarding experience to assist disadvantaged individuals who have suffered significant injury or loss and who have limited knowledge of their rights to receive compensation.”
- Katherine was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in December 2015.
- Katherine obtained her law degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2014.
- During her studies Katherine was awarded The Carroll & O’Dea prize for Succession Law (2013), The Thomson Reuters Prize for Evidence Law B (2013) & The Garry O’Gorman prize for Family Law (2014).