Stephanie was admitted to practice in July 2020. She has strong experience in complex citizenship and migration matters and is often commended by Tribunal Members and industry professionals on the quality of her representation and legal submissions. She assists a broad range of clients with a number of sensitive issues, including those involving family violence. Stephanie is a passionate advocate and prides herself on providing practical and cost effective legal advice. Stephanie works from our Adelaide office, but can service clients internationally and Australia-wide.
Stephanie also assists our clients with property, commercial, family and workers compensation matters. She draws on her warm personality and close attention to detail. Stephanie enjoys assisting our clients from start to finish and encourages sensible dispute resolution.
In her migration work, Stephanie particularly enjoys assisting our clients with natural justice matters which have arisen in connection to citizenship applications, visa applications and visa cancellations. She is the head of our citizenship, natural justice and SHEV/TPV practice areas. Stephanie also assists our clients with reviews in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Courts and Immigration Assessment Authority.
Stephanie has been nationally recognised for her work in migration and citizenship law. In 2022, Stephanie was named as a finalist in the Lawyer’s Weekly 30 under 30 Awards.
Before being promoted to a lawyer position, Stephanie undertook an internship with us in 2017 and later commenced work as a paralegal soon after. Stephanie closely assisted our Principal Solicitor, Besmellah Rezaee.
When Stephanie is not at the office, you can find her cooking, drawing and watching true crime documentaries.