Jill is briefed in commercial, regulatory and administrative law proceedings. She has particular experience in competition and consumer law, class actions, tax, insurance, and corporations matters. She also has significant regulatory law experience (in particular, in competition and consumer law) and has acted for and against regulators. Jill has appeared for a range of leading corporations, private and public clients (including ASIC and ACCC) in proceedings in the Federal and Supreme Courts.
Before coming to the Bar, Jill was a Senior Associate at Allens Linklaters, where she worked on large-scale complex commercial, tax, and regulatory proceedings. She also worked inhouse completing a secondment to the National Australia Bank, focusing on amendments to the Australian Consumer Law.
She holds a Bachelor of Civil Laws (BCL) from the University of Oxford, receiving a Supperstone Scholarship, as well as bachelor degrees in Law (first class honours) and in Commerce (Finance) from Monash University.
She is a previous Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Melbourne Law School, where she taught Corporate Insolvency law.
Jill is a reporter for the Commonwealth Law Reports.
She is the co-secretary of the Competition & Consumer Section of the Commercial Bar Association.
Jill read with Michael Rush QC, and her Senior Mentor is Wendy Harris QC.
Recent matters in which Jill has acted or advised include:
Commercial & Corporations law