Libby was recently awarded the prestigious title of ‘Young Employee of the Year’ at the 2019 Tamworth Quality Business Awards.

Libby is a Tamworth local who obtained her undergraduate degrees in Arts and Law at the University of New England, Armidale.

While attending university, Libby was involved in a number of community incentives including Backtrack Youth Works, a not-for-profit organisation that assists troubled youth involved in legal proceedings.  Around this time Libby was also selected to complete an internship with Magistrate Stafford at the Armidale Local Court.  These two experiences particularly afforded Libby a very immediate view of the judicial system, even before she was qualified to practice in it.

In 2015 Libby returned to Tamworth, initially working as a paralegal while completing her Diploma of Legal Practice through the College of Law, Sydney.

Libby was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW in 2017 and commenced employment as a solicitor with Everingham Solomons shortly thereafter.

Libby practices primarily in personal injury law, employment law and commercial litigation.  On a day to day basis Libby acts for both employers and employees in workers compensation and employment disputes. Libby also takes instructions from various parties in a wide range of commercial disputes.

Additionally, Libby is also undertaking the very demanding task of studying a Masters in Business Law while working full-time.

Outside of the office, Libby is a successful netballer, has an interest in a New England cattle property and is a member of the NSW Young Farmers.

At Everingham Solomons, we are very proud to have someone as likable, smart, and dedicated as Libby on our team and think of it as only fitting that Libby be recognised as Tamworth’s Young Employee of the Year.

If Libby can be of any assistance to you, please contact Everingham Solomons because Helping You is Our Business.

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