Georgina is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer who appears in commercial, common law and public law matters.
Her expertise includes property law, fraud cases, negligence claims, insurance matters, regulatory and civil penalty matters, FOI and public interest immunity cases, and immigration law.
She was a commercial property lawyer at Mallesons Stephen Jaques before coming to the Bar. She has also worked as a commercial litigator in New York and is admitted to the New York Bar.
Georgina researched law and policy in Italy and the USA relating to organised crime and human trafficking as the recipient of the Donald Mackay Winston Churchill fellowship in 2004.
As associate counsel to a panel led by economist Paul Volcker in 2007, she worked on an inquiry into fraud and corruption issues at the World Bank in Washington DC. She then worked as a consultant internal investigator at the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization, based in Rome, in 2008.
She was co-editor of the Victorian Bar News for four years, until 2017.
In 2016, 2017 and 2018, she was recognised in the Australian Financial Review in the category of Best Lawyers - Australia, Immigration lawyers.
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From 08 Apr 2010, liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation.