Mollie is a Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution & Litigation group in Melbourne with particular focus in complex commercial disputes, regulatory investigations and white collar criminal law.
Mollie acts for a range of clients including large corporate entities, company directors, high net worth individuals, government departments and regulators. She has conducted matters in the Federal Court of Australia and all Victorian Courts, including the Court of Appeal.
Mollie’s areas of practice include:
Mollie has trial experience in the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of Victoria and has acted for both plaintiffs and defendants in relation to breach of contract, negligence, misleading and deceptive conduct, oppression and breach of director duties cases.
Mollie is recognised by Doyle's Guide as a Victorian Commercial Litigation & Insolvency Law Rising Star for 2022.
Since being admitted to practice, Mollie has been involved in a number of high profile proceedings including:
03 May 2023 - Knowledge
#White Collar Crime & Regulatory Investigations, #Dispute Resolution & Litigation
A summary of important updates in the anti-bribery and corruption space this past quarter, including the establishment of the National Anti-Corruption Commission and the potential expansion of the Federal Court’s jurisdiction to hear corporate crime matters.
18 Oct 23 - Canberra
With the recent major data breaches and increased public focus on privacy, ensuring privacy compliance is of great importance for everyone working in the Australian Public Sector (APS). This seminar will provide you with an overview of the reform proposals arising from the Privacy Act Review and their implications for the APS. Join Canberra partner Elizabeth Carroll and associate Lachlan Speak as they explore the proposed reforms with a focus on those affecting the responsibilities of Australian Government entities and APS employees.
19 Oct 23 - Brisbane
The changes to the unfair contract terms regime are fast-approaching. From 9 November 2023, Treasury Laws Amendment (More Competition, Better Prices) Act 2022 (Cth) will significantly expand the number of contracts entered into in the building and construction industry that are subject to the regime.