Moonira Mamoon admitted as a Lawyer in the Supreme Court of NSW

We are excited to announce that Moonira Mamoon has been admitted as a Lawyer in the Supreme Court of NSW, moved by Watts McCray Director Beth Agar, February 19th 2021

Moonira graduated from the University of Kent in England with a Joint Honours degree in Politics and Law. She moved back to Sydney in 2017 and began working for Watts McCray as an Admin Assistant, while studying with the LPAB (Legal professions admission board).

Over the last 3 years, Moonira has moved through her roles at Watts McCray as a Personal Assistant, assisted in complex financial Family Law matters and arbitrations in a paralegal capacity, finished her studies with the LPAB, and completed her Practice Legal Training with the College of Law.

Moonira is looking forward to start in a family law Solicitor role in the coming month.

We would like to congratulate Moonira on achieving her dream of becoming a Solicitor and are excited to see where this new role takes her.

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