Lauren has experience in all areas of family law. She is committed to providing her clients with an efficient and effective resolution to their family law matters through negotiation, mediation, and if required, litigation.

Lauren understands that the issues her clients face are often sensitive, stressful and can be overwhelming. She takes an empathetic and constructive approach to the resolution of their family law matters.

Lauren graduated from Deakin University with a Bachelor of Laws, and has worked exclusively in family law since her admission to practice in March 2019.

Lauren is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria Young Lawyers Community Issues Committee.

Outside of work, Lauren enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking her dog and enjoying restaurants and cafes.

Don’t let yesterday take up too much of today
- Will Rogers

Qualifications & Industry Memberships

  • Bachelor of Law, Deakin University
  • Law Institute of Victoria Young Lawyers Community Issues Committee

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May is Family Violence Prevention Month: Who should you contact?

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The Merging of the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court – what does it mean for you?

The merger of the two Courts is intended to resolve the backlog of family law matters awaiting judicial determination...
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