January 21, 2019
Doyle's Guide

Emily Lewsey, Howden Saggers

Doyles Guide

Emily became interested in criminal law at an early stage of her career through her time with the Innocence Project and her honours thesis examined the forensic use of DNA evidence in criminal trials.

Emily is a bit of a book worm – whether it is classic literature, travel memoirs, crime fiction or criminal law texts, she loves to read and learn new things. She puts this love of reading to good use and uses her knowledge of the criminal justice system to assist clients and to make navigating the waters of the justice system easier. Criminal law is constantly changing and she works hard at keeping updated with the changes in the law and procedure to get the best result for her clients.

Emily is friendly, efficient, hard working and understands that keeping in regular communication with people is important. She believes you have just as much right to know what’s going on with your matter as the lawyers do and to have it explained in a way that makes sense.