LL. B. (WU Japan), LL. M. (UCLA), GDLP
24 February 2015
Signed Bar Roll:
22 October 2015
Owen Dixon Chambers West
Floor 2, Room 25
525 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Admitted to Practice:
Areas of Practice:
- Occupational Regulation
- Accredited Mediator
- Industrial Relations
- Children's Court
- Residential Tenancies
- Trade Practices
- Professional Negligence
- Proceeds of Crime
- Intervention Orders
- Native Title
- Intellectual Property
- Building and Construction
- Motor Traffic
- Personal Injury
- Equity and Trusts
- Wills and Estates
- Human Rights and Discrimination
- Resources and Environment
- Revenue and Superannuation Property
Reiko practises in commercial, public, criminal and family law.
She regularly appears in civil, criminal and administrative law matters at all levels and in a number of different jurisdictions such as the Magistrates Court, County Court, Supreme Court, Federal Circuit Court, Children’s Court, and VCAT. She advises in matters including insurance claims, professional negligence and contractual disputes, among others.
Prior to being called to the Bar, Reiko worked in Australia, the United States
and Japan in cross-jurisdictional matters involving international transactions and corporate compliance. She holds a LL.B. from Waseda University and an LL.M. from UCLA Law, and was admitted as an attorney at law in the state of New York in 2011.
In addition to her practice, Reiko is a Lecturer and Tutor at Monash University for Property Law, Equity, and Australian Legal Reasoning and Methods, and Director of Football Federation Victoria.
Reiko read with Travis Mitchell and her senior mentor was Her Honour Judge Marks. She has been appointed as a member of the Equality and Diversity Committee since 2017.
Prior to being called to the Bar, Reiko worked in Australia, the United States and Japan with cross-jurisdictional matters involving trans-national contracts, corporate compliance, child custody, estates, and citizenship regimes. Her background in comparative law equips her to resolve issues strategically and communicate effectively.
- Reiko has been selected for the 2017 Future Leaders Program by the Australian Council for the Arts.
- Director of Football Federation Victoria
- General Manager of the independent media organisation Right Now Inc.
Academic Position /
Teaching Associate at Monash University for Property Law and Equity