Criminal law
White Collar/Commercial Crime
Employment & Industrial Law
Work Health & Safety Prosecutions
Admitted as a Practitioner (NSW) 2002
Admitted to the Bar (NSW) 2011
Part time teacher Juris Doctor, University of Sydney Law School
Criminal law, White Collar/Commercial Crime, Employment & Industrial Law, Work Health & Safety Prosecutions
Elizabeth has appeared and advised generally in criminal matters, including WorkCover prosecutions. She has also practiced in the civil jurisdiction including Fair Work Australia and the NSW Industrial Relations Commission.

Elizabeth began her legal career as a solicitor at Ashurst (then Blake Dawson Waldron) where her work in commercial litigation included involvement in the HIH Royal Commission.
As a senior solicitor, Elizabeth worked for the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions for over 8 years. She prosecuted a broad range of matters including complex, high profile terrorism trials, criminal assets confiscation, taxation, bankruptcy, fraud and large commercial matters such as market manipulation.

Previously, Elizabeth taught history at the tertiary and secondary level. She continues to enjoy teaching part time at the University of Sydney Law School.
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