Welcoming our new team member: expanding our services
May 26, 2015
We are pleased to announce the addition of our newest team member, Gabrielle De Roberto, Barrister & Solicitor.
With the arrival of Gabrielle De Roberto we are now offering services in the following areas:
1. Criminal matters 2. Family law (Child dispute matters) 3. Care and protection proceedings 4. Criminal injuries compensation claims 5. Working with children checks (objections to notifications)
6. Violence restraining orders
Gabrielle graduated from the University of Notre Dame Australia in 2010 with a double degree in Law/Arts.
She completed her Articles with two reputable female barristers in the Perth CBD where she gained experience predominantly in criminal law. She completed the Leo Cussen Centre for law Articles Training Program in September 2011.
Gabrielle was admitted to practice as a lawyer in the Supreme Court of Western Australia on 5 June 2012 and the High Court of Australia on 20 August 2012.
Gabrielle joined a firm in the CBD in 2014 where she gained experience practicing in her preferred area of law - criminal defence. Along with criminal law, Gabrielle is passionate about child related disputes and diligently assists clients in the Family Court and Children's Court.
In her spare time, Gabrielle enjoys travelling, gym and singing/song writing. She has grown up performing in front of large crowds and was in the Top 12 Groups in X Factor 2010.
Gabrielle is a member of Amnesty International and the Young Liberals.
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