Georgia is a lawyer in the government division at McCabes and works on a variety of matters for State Government Agencies in the historical institutional abuse space.
Prior to joining McCabes, Georgia worked on behalf of a government agency and in general practice with a boutique law firm. Georgia gained broad experience dealing with private clients in a variety of areas including commercial litigation and transactions, private international law and family law.
Georgia was admitted into the Supreme Court of New South Wales in April 2014 and was entered onto the High Court of Australia Register of Practitioners in November 2015. Georgia graduated with a Bachelor of Laws majoring in commercial law and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Macquarie University.
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