B. A., LL. B. (Hons)
17 August 2010
Signed Bar Roll:
24 October 2013
Floor 5, Room 513
530 Lonsdale St, Melbourne
Admitted to Practice:
Victoria, Northern Territory
Areas of Practice:
- Administrative Law
- Coronial Inquests
- Criminal Law
- Public Law
Angie practices in criminal and administrative law, with a focus on indictable crime and judicial review matters.
In the County Court, Angie appears in pleas, appeals and proceedings under the Crimes (Mental Impairment & Unfitness to be Tried Act). She appears in contested hearings in the Magistrates’ Court.
Angie holds an Indictable Crime Certificate (ICC) from the Victorian Bar.
Angie also appears in a variety of administrative forums, including VCAT, AAT and the Mental Health Tribunal.
Before coming to the Bar, Angie was a criminal lawyer at the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency and subsequently a civil lawyer at Victoria Legal Aid.
She was also the associate to Her Honour Judge Hampel.
Memberships and Associations
- Victorian Bar Human Rights Committee
In the area of administrative law, cases that Angie has appeared in include:
- Negri v Secretary, Department of Social Services  FCA 879 (Appeal on a question of law in the Federal Court from the Administrative Appeals Tribunal)
- Tamua v Secretary, Department of Social Services (Social services second review)  AATA 757 (Statutory interpretation of Social Security (International Agreements) Act and Social Security Act)
- MZZSK v Minister for Immigration & Anor  FCCA 883 (Judicial review in the Federal Circuit Court of a migration decision)
Pro bono practice
Angie was nominated for a Victorian Bar pro bono award in 2014 and is always prepared to consider requests from solicitors to act on a pro bono basis in appropriate matters.