I joined the team at Wallace and Wallace in June 2023, while trying to find a position to aid my knowledge in law. I am currently in my third year of studying a double Bachelor of Law and Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University.
Earlier this year, I received the opportunity to study abroad in Canada at the University of Manitoba for four months in their winter semester. This experience was essential in broadening my academic and professional skills. As an ongoing law student, I have been offered to tutor first-year students by Griffith University in a course they call PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) which is offered to students who have excelled at certain subjects in past semesters.
I am a member of Griffith University’s Law Society (GULS) in addition to my main university courses. GULS is the preeminent society for Griffith law students, fostering the development of future solicitors.
I am highly enthusiastic when it comes to meeting with and supporting clients through a sometimes very stressful yet significant change in their lives. I want to ensure that my clients feel comfortable in asking me whatever is necessary for the conveyancing process to be as “smooth sailing” as possible.
Outside of the office and textbooks I enjoy music and have been an active pianist and vocalist for as long as I can remember.