A little about me…
I help women who feel intimidated by the legal industry to find out about their legal rights and ways to stand up for themselves. I love the fact that I can empower women through knowledge, because the more knowledge women have, the more opportunity they see.
I’m an Australian woman in my thirties, a military wife, and live with my husband and our fur-baby just north of Melbourne.
I am also a lawyer. I studied law straight out of high school, and graduated in 2006. A practicing lawyer ever since, I have proudly owned and managed my own law firm since 2012. After acquiring the practice from a retiring sole practitioner, I have grown it to three times the size, with offices and staff in several Victorian towns and in Melbourne.
My passion around striving for equality for women in the workplace has spurred me to write three ebooks for women: Steps to Success for Women, Graduate the School of Hard Knocks and The Cult of Dissatisfaction which focuses on empowering unhappy professional women.
I have always wanted to be a writer, since as young as I can remember. My mother tells me that my first sentence as a child was “read a book”, as I would demand that she read to me almost constantly!
I love writing fiction, writing about what I read, writing about equality and ethics, and sometimes just sharing my thoughts. I also love travelling, talking to people and helping others transform themselves and their businesses.
MASTERS OF APPLIED LAW (WILLS AND ESTATES)
College of Law Applied Law Program focusing on estate planning, wills, probate, estate administration, superannuation, and estate litigation. (2013-2015)
BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING
University of SA conducted through Open Uni, with a minor focus also on business, marketing, management, and IT systems. (2009-2012)
BACHELOR OF LAW
The first Degree through Deakin University Pure Law. (2002-2006)
• Law Institute of Victoria
• The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
• Business in Heels
• The UN Women National Committee Australia