Hayley practises in the areas of:
- Human rights law, including:
- Sexual harassment
- Sex discrimination
- Race discrimination
- Disability discrimination
- Age discrimination
- Religious discrimination
- Workers compensation
- Wills and estates
- Employment and industrial law
- Criminal law
With a background in youth work, child protection, community care and assisting refugees, Hayley has great experience in working with marginalised groups. This experience is underpinned by her qualifications in legal studies, criminal justice, sociology and justice studies.
Such expertise is rare in a lawyer but it doesn’t stop there. Hayley is highly empathetic to her clients’ needs – especially as they are often consulting her in times of distress – and is passionate about assisting disadvantaged people. She volunteers for many community groups and has achieved government recognition for her efforts.
Hayley is also a member of the Law Society’s Criminal Law Committee and a former member of the Children and the Law Committee.
Hayley works hard to achieve fairness, equality and justice for her clients.