Date of admission to the Bar
Areas of practice
Rachel was admitted to practice in 2008, after graduating with the first class honours and the university medal for law. She holds a BCL awarded with Distinction from the University of Oxford. In 2014, she was awarded robes for the highest aggregate mark in the Bar Exams, as well as receiving the Christopher Gee QC Memorial Prize for advocacy and evidence.
She regularly acts for public and private corporations, federal, state and territory government departments and agencies, and private individuals. She has experience in a variety of courts and tribunals as well as commissions of inquiry.
Prior to being called to the Bar, Rachel spent just under five years at King & Wood Mallesons, in both transactional and litigation practice. She also served as Associate to Justice Crennan in the High Court of Australia.
Rachel accepts briefs in all areas with a particular emphasis on:
- Administrative & public law
- Class actions and regulatory investigations
- Commercial law
- Corporations law and Insolvency
- Public and private international law
- Trade and transport law
BCL (Dist) (Oxon)
BIR/LLB (University Medal in Law and Hons I; University Medal in Humanities) (Bond)