Katie is a recent graduate of the University of Newcastle Law School, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Diploma of Legal Practice in 2015. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts, awarded with distinction, where she majored in Politics and International Affairs. While at the University of Newcastle, Katie was awarded the Lexis Nexis Prize in Legal Practice in 2014 recognising the practical skills she developed in litigation, legal transactions and dispute resolution while at University.
Katie was admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in February 2016 and joined Mullane and Lindsay in 2015 first as a law clerk and now works as a solicitor in Mullane and Lindsay's 'Dispute, Claims, Litigation' and 'Employment, Workplace' teams. One of her key interests is in alternative means of dispute resolution; exploring how the legal profession continues to develop creative and innovative ways to solve legal dispute issues.
As part of the honours component of her Bachelor of Laws degree, Katie wrote a dissertation titled "Overcoming the Barrier of Informed Consent in Dementia Research: Developing a Framework that Balances Participation and Protection" where she explored the barriers that people living with dementia, who may not have the capacity to make their own decisions, often face when participating in health and medical research.
Katie is a member of the Law Society of New South Wales, Newcastle Law Society and New South Wales Young Lawyers.
You can contact Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org
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