Carlie Moses



Carlie is an associate in the Government team at McCabes. Carlie works on a range of historical institutional abuse matters.

Carlie holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from Macquarie University. Carlie was admitted to practice in 2021.

Prior to joining McCabes, Carlie worked for a firm that specialised in debt recovery, which allowed Carlie to obtain experience in litigated and unlitigated matters to recover debt in a commercial setting.

Carlie prides herself on her extensive communication and task management skills.

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