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Michelle specialises in the area of workers compensation and work injury damages claims. She also has extensive experience in the areas of employment law, family law, asbestos disease claims, litigation and dispute resolution.


Michelle is the Managing Partner of our Wollongong office.

Michelle is experienced in a wide range of civil litigation for client’s rights in the District and Supreme Courts, Federal Circuit Court and the Fair Work Commission and Workers Compensation Commission.

Michelle has extensive experience in all forms of compensation law including medical negligence cases. In a recent case before the Supreme Court, a 70 year old woman was severely disabled after suffering a stroke while she was in Wollongong Hospital. Prior to the stroke the patient was living independently in her own home.

“She now has to live in a nursing home and requires 24 hour a day care. The law can help in getting compensation to help with the costs and make daily life more manageable and more comfortable for injured people. I want them to get the best care available and I’m passionate about the role the law can play.”

Michelle also provides advice and representation to employers and employees in all aspects of workplace and industrial relations including unfair dismissals, discrimination and contract disputes.

She is absolutely committed to getting “great compensation for a deserving client” in employment and compensation matters.

Michelle also has extensive experience in the area of family law representing clients in divorce, parenting matters and property settlements.

Michelle has successfully represented hundreds of clients through what can be a difficult and distressing process.


Bachelor of Arts – Macquarie University

Bachelor of Laws – University of Technology, Sydney


  • Law Society of New South Wales
  • Wollongong and District Law Society

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