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Stefanie holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Technology, Sydney, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney. She also earned a Graduate Certificate in Professional Legal Practice from the University of Technology, Sydney.

Since Stefanie was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2021, she has focused her legal practice on providing essential support to families, particularly in parenting and financial matters. She has a particular interest in assisting individuals affected by domestic violence and coercive control.

In 2024, Stefanie’s commitment to family law led her to become a member of the Family Law Committee at the Law Society of New South Wales. This committee represents the Law Society of New South Wales and its members on policy and practice issues related to family law.

In recognition of her contributions to the legal profession, Stefanie received the Highly Commended award in the Wellbeing Champion of the Year category at the 2023 Annual Law Society of New South Wales Awards. Additionally, she was honoured as a finalist in the Wellness Advocate of the Year and Thought Leader of the Year categories at the 2023 Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards. Stefanie has also been included as a Rising Star for 2024 by Australasian Lawyer.

Beyond her legal practice, Stefanie actively advocates for a more inclusive and safer future in workplaces. She has delivered keynote speeches on workplace bullying and harassment, psychological safety at work, psychosocial hazards, and mental health at various venues, including the National Press Club of Australia, the University of Technology, Sydney and Canva. In addition, she has shared her insights as a guest speaker at The College of Law Australia.

Stefanie’s advocacy efforts have been recognised by several media outlets, including The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian Financial Review, ABC News – Law Report, and The Australian. Her writing has also been featured in publications such as The Australian Financial Review and Lawyers Weekly.

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