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She graduated from the University of New England with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Law in 2012. Emma was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of NSW in 2013.
Before making the move to Adelaide, Emma worked for six years in both private practice and the Community Legal Centre sector in NSW.
In 2013 Emma worked at a private law firm in Central West NSW. She gained experience in commercial law, family law, wills and estates and traffic matters. Emma successfully represented clients in the Local and District Courts of NSW as well as the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.
In 2015 Emma obtained a generalist solicitor position with a Community Legal Centre in Dubbo NSW. It was here, she found her passion for employment law and representing vulnerable clients. She obtained diverse and extensive experience representing clients in the Fair Work Commission, Australian Human Rights Commission, NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Federal Circuit Court and Local and District Courts.
Since joining the Working Women’s Centre Emma has developed her love for employment law matters. She has been successful in recovering substantial underpayments for her clients including pecuniary penalties.
Emma currently sits on the following committees: Women’s Lawyers Association SA & the South Australian Abortion Action Coalition.
In her spare time, Emma enjoys having a drink with friends, playing water polo and walks along Henley Beach.