LLB, Grad Dip (Legal Prac)
A Noosa local, Amy joined the litigation team at SPM Law in 2013. Organised and pragmatic, Amy takes a common sense approach to litigation to provide realistic solutions and advice to her clients. With an interest in family law, commercial litigation and personal injury law, Amy strives to achieve positive results while having regard to individual needs. When she's not practising law, Amy looks after her Mum, spends time with her partner and chases after her niece and nephews. Extremely community-minded, Amy serves as President of the Zonta Club of Noosa and was previously Vice President from 2016-2018. You will often see her volunteering at sausage-sizzles, community fundraisers and awareness events. Naturally clumsy, Amy approaches life and law with good humour, which is a necessity when you often trip over thin air!
What would you be if you weren't a lawyer?
Hmmm… I didn’t realise there was any other option…
What are you like outside of work?
I would like to say that I’m witty, organised and sociable (or otherwise something similarly fabulous)… but really; I’m just obsessive about the cleanliness of my home; a push-over for my dogs and a fiend at Trivial Pursuit.
What do you enjoy most about what you do?
Aside from being able to help people in difficult situations, I enjoy the constant challenge that litigation brings and the opportunity to meet and interact with people from all walks of life. Everyone’s story is different and I’m both fortunate to be able to hear those stories and grateful for my own.
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