Stephanie practises in the areas of property & development, employment law and wills & estate planning. She is particularly experienced in both large and small property transactions, regarding transfers of land and business.
Embracing the advancement of technology and the movement toward electronic filing, registration and e-conveyancing is an important part of her work. She believes this framework will drive greater efficiency in the legal sector, which will help increase capabilities and reduce costs.
As an advocate for the value of higher education, Stephanie worked as a tutor in the Advancement via Individual Determination (AVID) program, which aims to increase access to tertiary education for disadvantaged high school students.
I am passionate about increasing access to justice and the advantages of open communication between lawyers and our clients. I believe in working collaboratively with our clients to formulate practical solutions to their legal problems, to minimise risks and maximise results.
Key Professional Achievements
- Stephanie completed a Bachelor of Business with Distinction, a Bachelor of Laws with Honours Class 1 and a Diploma of Legal Practice in 2017 at the University of Newcastle.
- She was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2018.
- Stephanie worked part-time as a law clerk at Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers prior to admission.