I graduated with a double degree in Laws (with First Class Honours) and Science (with majors in Biochemistry and Genetics) from the University of Adelaide. In 2020, I was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor in the Supreme Court of South Australia.
I am currently studying a PhD in Law – Technology, Medical Law and Ethics, at the Adelaide Law School. I am able to rely upon my technical expertise in science, to enhance the quality and analysis of my research. My unique skillset, both in law, law reform and science, enables me to critically analyse complex areas of law.
I have established myself as a young scholar and competent writer. I am able to convey complex scientific concepts and ideas to a broad audience. My research scholarship, output, impact and publications reflect my expertise. I have also been involved in a number of Government projects for the South Australian Law Reform Institute and the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
My research expertise extends beyond technology law to medical law and ethics, notably decision-making capacity and consent. I have also established strong connections with South Australian Aboriginal communities, leading consultation for law reform and other projects.