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Visitors are directed to attend the Sixth Floor’s annex at Level 10, 233 Macquarie Street, Sydney
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Claire was admitted to practice in 2007 and called to the Bar in 2017. She accepts briefs in all areas, and has particular interests in constitutional, administrative, international and commercial law.
Claire has a doctorate from the University of Oxford, which she attended on a Clarendon Scholarship. During her time at Oxford, Claire taught law and international relations. Her research focused predominantly on the accountability of transnational corporations for serious human rights violations. She also has a BCom (Hons I) and LLB (Hons I) from Sydney University, where she was awarded the Henry S. Albinski Prize for Best Honours Thesis in Australian Foreign and Defence Policy.
Claire was Associate to Justice Tamberlin in the Federal Court of Australia in 2006/7. She was previously a solicitor at Allens-Linklaters in Sydney, and has also worked as a researcher for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Namibia. In 2017, Claire was the inaugural recipient of the Katrina Dawson Award, which aims to encourage young women to practise at the Bar.
- Administrative Law
- Commercial Arbitration
- Competition & Consumer Law
- Constitutional Law
- Contract & General Commercial Law
- Corporations Law & Insolvency
- Inquests & Inquiries
- International Law
- Native Title Law