Stephanie has been working in our Not-for-profit team for two years. She approaches the commencement of her career as a young lawyer with over a decade of personal experience in community associations, Not-for-profits, legal services and advocacy.
Stephanie is passionate about a healthy community sector in Victoria and believes in helping organisations to focus their vision and improve their service delivery. She designs organisational structures and policies that not only address legal and regulatory risks, but more importantly help organisations to prepare and support their staff and assist their beneficiaries.
Her key areas of interest include Disability and Employment Law family violence in faith communities and schools, social enterprises and development agencies.
She excelled in her studies, being awarded multiple Dean’s Letters of Commendation, most notably for her work on the NDIS Act in Administrative Law and was recognised for her research and work in family violence with the Robertson Hyett’s Award for Excellence in Rural and Regional Law and Legal Practice.