Meg is a tenacious and hardworking solicitor with a passion for using the law as a tool to help people. Meg has experience in advocating before the Local and District Courts in both criminal and civil jurisdictions, attending conferences and instructing counsel.
Meg recognises that navigating the criminal justice system can be stressful. She provides support to clients by explaining processes in a way that is easy to understand and by remaining accessible and responsive to her clients’ needs. Meg recognises that there is always more than one side to every story and strives to give a voice to her clients in a complex legal system.
Meg is an avid researcher and enjoys deconstructing dense and complex information. She prides herself on being thorough and is effective in providing critical analysis and presenting findings in a digestible manner. Meg has been commended on her ability to go beyond obvious approaches and find unique, yet evidence-based, legal arguments.
As an advocate, Meg is well prepared and addresses the court with decorum. She has experience working with senior solicitors and barristers and works collaboratively to achieve positive outcomes, making her an asset to a legal team. In particular, Meg’s strong work ethic and desire to exceed expectations allow her to achieve the best possible outcome for her clients.
In addition to being an effective advocate, Meg acts as a judge for Law Society moot competitions and volunteers her time as an adviser at local community legal centres. She is currently undertaking a Master of Criminology at the University of Sydney.