Joanne practises in the commercial property area specialising in retail and commercial leasing.
Joanne commenced her career in the legal industry as a paralegal for a specialist commercial law firm in Sydney in 2007. During Joanne’s role as a paralegal she developed extensive practical experience in property law, commercial and corporate law and litigation.
Whilst working full time, Joanne graduated with a Diploma in Law from the Legal Profession Admission Board in 2015. After completing a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, excelling in Property Practice and Civil Litigation Practice, Joanne was admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2016.
Joanne’s recent experience includes:
06 Dec 22
In case you missed our seminar earlier this month, our Workplace law – year in review presentation will now be available as a webinar live and on-demand. Join Canberra partner, Andrew Klein, as he provides an overview of the most important and interesting changes to legislation and cases that occurred in workplace law in 2022 (including changes in the areas of general protections, work, health and safety and psychological injuries and the introduction of the Respect@Work legislation). Andrew will particularly discuss the practical implications of these legislative changes and decisions for Commonwealth employers.
07 Dec 22
Join us for this webinar with our tax disputes specialists as they cover all the usual issues relevant to ensuring your R&D claims are allowed with a focus on evidence needed to identify core R&D activities and supporting R&D activities.
07 Dec 22
In the final webinar of our construction and infrastructure series for 2022, we present our year in review round up on the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW). During the session, partners Christine Jones and Helena Golovanoff and associate David Kang, will review the significant decisions regarding the Act from 2022, the latest adjudication statistics and throw forward to trends for 2023.