New Team Members

Welcome Jesse and Lizzie

We are delighted to welcome Jesse Chaplin and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Farrugia to the team. 

Jesse Chaplin ( pictured above)

Jesse has been lucky enough to live in Noosa her entire life.  Graduating from Noosa District High School in 2016, Jesse honed her customer service skills in the hospitality and retail industries for 12 months before joining SPM Law in early 2018.

Jesse is employed as SPM Law’s full time Administrative Assistant. Jesse is enjoying her diverse role assisting a variety of team members and is keen to develop her skills and make the area of law a long term career. Her calm, friendly and positive attitude makes her a delight to work with and the team and clients often comment on how helpful and diligent she is. Jesse takes pride in her work and gives her best 100% of the time.

Music, Netball  (has played since she was 10) and cooking keep Jesse busy when she’s not at SPM and her current goal is to get her drivers licence.  

Elizabeth Farrugia

Lizzie’s bright and bubbly personality combined with several years of experience in the legal industry make her a welcome addition to SPM Law’s conveyancing team.

Recently returning to Noosa after a few years in North Queensland, Lizzie is employed as a full time conveyancing assistant. Lizzie works with all aspects of both residential and commercial property transactions and prides herself on her work and excellent customer service.

 


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