Eleanor is a highly skilled, approachable and energetic transactional lawyer with a range of experience in the practice areas of Commercial, Native Title, Intellectual Property and Property Law. She has experience working in government and private organisations, providing her with a sound understanding of how each sector operates and interacts.
The majority of her current workload is comprised of commercial and native title matters.
Eleanor has a strong focus on social justice which was solidified during her time at University where she was an active member of the Social Justice Committee on the Adelaide Law Student’s Society, undertook a Human Rights Internship in Penang, working in a legal and advocacy centre and completed a Parliamentary Internship, producing a paper on the barriers to voting for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander People in South Australia and The Northern Territory. Eleanor’s interests outside of her professional life are running and performing arts, she regularly competes in South Australian running meets and Adelaide theatre productions.
Using her abilities and knowledge Eleanor aims to provide agreeable outcomes for her clients and contribute to creating a more equitable society.
- Bachelor of Laws (Hons) – The University of Adelaide, 2014
- Bachelor of International Studies – The University of Adelaide, 2014
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, The College of Law, 2015