I graduated from UNE in 2014 with a Bachelor of Criminology and graduated with a Juris Doctor from Macquarie University in 2017. I was admitted as a Solicitor in June 2018 after completing my Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice through the College of Law.
Originally from New Zealand, my husband was born and raised in Tamworth and has served in the Royal Australian Navy for many years. We have raised three outstanding daughters, one of whom is a casual secondary school teacher in Tamworth.
After years of balancing my thirst for knowledge with family and work commitments, I completed a Diploma of Tourism in 2010 and worked full-time in the travel industry whilst completing my Criminology degree by distance. Inspired to do some good, I then enrolled full-time in the Juris Doctor at Macquarie University, focusing on International Law, Dispute Resolution, Company, Criminal and Family Law.
In my spare time I love to travel overseas and explore other cultures, spend time with family, or curl up with my dogs and read a good crime novel or embark on a Stan or Netflix crime show marathon.
Having spent many years living in different locations I am excited to be living back in Tamworth. Despite Tamworth’s many changes since I last lived here, the people have remained as friendly and generous with their time as ever.
I am proud to join the team at Everingham Solomons and to work with Solicitors and support staff who truly care about their clients, community and each other. I bring to my role recent experience with the Aboriginal Legal Service in Redfern and past experience in management, training and customer service.
As a member of the Litigation Team, I will be working with Directors Terry Broomfield, George Hoddle and Clint Coles. I am certain their wealth of experience will provide the best possible foundation for my legal career because at Everingham Solomons Helping You is Our Business.