Jenny is a Partner in the Planning & Environment group and specialises in the area of native title and Aboriginal cultural heritage law. She has also provided advice to local governments and government owned entities for over 30 years on governance and property issues.
Jenny represents local governments, government corporations, developers, pastoral holders and other public and private entities as respondent parties to the majority of native title claims in Queensland. She also regularly provides advice on the native title and Aboriginal cultural heritage implications of government and private infrastructure projects.
Jenny is recognised in Doyles Guide as a recommended native title lawyer and is appointed to the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s panel of native title lawyers.
04 Feb 19 to 29 Nov 19 - Sydney
Please register your interest for our Privacy & Data Roundtable Series 2019 which will be held in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Please click here for further details and to register your interest.
27 Feb 19 to 11 Dec 19 - Sydney
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.
14 May 19 - Brisbane
The first seminar of our procurement seminar series will discuss probity in procurement. Key issues addressed will include: the key tenets of probity, what is value for money, what does conflict of interest mean and how to manage them, some war stories, navigating disclosure and confidentiality in procurement, what does accountability mean and how do we achieve it?
14 March 2019 - Knowledge
The High Court has handed down its decision in the Timber Creek native title compensation claim. In its decision on 13 March 2019, the Court awarded compensation and interest to the native title holders in an amount of approximately $2.5 million dollars.
20 February 2019 - Knowledge
#Native Title, #Local Government
The NSW Land and Environment Court has fined the Clarence Valley Council $300,000 for the removal of a scar tree in 2016.
07 February 2019 - Knowledge
A recent decision of the Federal Court has questioned the use of non-claimant applications to secure tenure over land.