Katie’s estate planning practice includes advising on wills, testamentary trusts, enduring powers of attorney and appointments of enduring guardians.
Katie’s commercial experience is varied, including acting on shareholder and partnership disputes, professional negligence and misconduct, defamation, employment, debt recovery and banking matters.
Katie regularly advises individuals, private companies and industry associations on a broad range of issues.
Outside of the law, Katie tutors the Lawyers, Justice and Ethics course at the Australian National University, is the Vice President of the Canberra Bilbys Triathlon Club Committee and is a Triathlon Australia Technical Official.
- Bachelor of Laws (hons), Australian National University
- Bachelor of Arts, Australian National University
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
- Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory
- Estate planning
- Estate disputation and litigation
- Elder law
- Occupational discipline
- Commercial law
- ACT Law Society Pro Bono Clearing House Secondee April – June 2016 and thereafter a Panel Member
- ACT Law Society Elder Law and Succession Law Committee, committee member
- ACT Law Society, member
- Canberra Bilbys Triathlon Club, Vice President
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01 Aug 2017
An Enduring Power of Attorney is a legal document by which a person (the Principal) appoints another person or people (the Attorney) to act on their behalf or to make decisions for them if they lose capacity to make decisions for themself. You might be...Read More