Chelsea joined Robbins Watson Solicitors in 2016 during the Bond University Practical Legal Training Program. She initially graduated from Bond University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts, double majoring in Criminology and in 2013, she returned to university to graduate from Griffith with a Graduate Entry Bachelor of Laws degree. Chelsea completed her Post-Graduate Diploma in Practical Legal Training in 2016 which was promptly followed by her admission to the Supreme Court of Queensland as a Lawyer in October 2016.
Chelsea is currently a solicitor who also assists the 2017 President of the Queensland Law Society, Partner and Accredited Specialist Christine Smyth within the Inheritance Law Division. Chelsea’s role also includes assisting and supporting other solicitors and associates at Robbins Watson Solicitors with court work, estate planning, administration and litigation as well as other legal matters.
During Chelsea’s first few months post-admission, her article Using Your Ethical Compass was published in the Early Career Lawyers section of the Queensland Law Society’s Proctor Magazine in December 2016. To read her article, click here.
To read Chelsea's other article titled Adoption: When law transcends biology, click here.