Georgia is the newest member of our family law team and brings with her considerable advocacy experience in family violence, criminal and civil litigation matters.
Georgia graduated from a double degree of Law (Honours) and Arts in mid-2015 from the University of Canberra a year and a half early. She completed her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, majoring in Family Law and Criminal Law in October 2015 and was admitted to the Supreme Court of the ACT soon thereafter.
After making a name for herself in Criminal Defence Law, being recognised as one of the top 8 best Criminal Lawyers in Australia under 30 in 2019, she tried her hand at Prosecution before returning to private practice with us in her other area of interest, Family Law.
Georgia came to elringtons with a bright personality, strong advocacy ability, hard-working attitude and client based focus. She knows she can achieve anything through knowledge, passion and hard work and that success in all matters is based on a foundation of trust and communication with the client. Georgia is ready to learn the ropes of Family Law and make as much of a name for herself in this area of law as her last.
Areas of Practice
- Domestic/Family Violence and Personal Protection.
- Binding Financial Agreements;
- Spousal Maintenance;
- Child Welfare and Care and Protection.
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (College of Law);
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (University of Canberra);
- Bachelor of Arts (University of Canberra);
- Masters of Teaching (partial).
- Unrestricted Practicing Certificate (NSW);
- Admitted as a Solicitor of the ACT Supreme Court;
- Admitted as a Solicitor with the High Court of Australia;
- Member Family Law Section, Law Council of Australia.
When she’s not at work Georgia teaches law subjects at both the University of Canberra and Charles Sturt University. She also volunteers at several charity and community organisations such as Camp Quality, The Smith Family, coaching local under 6-7’s rugby league and hiding free books around the city for people to find.