A senior associate in the insurance team since 2019, Alicia's practice focuses on dispute resolution, conduct and compliance matters.
Alicia has experience in managing end-to-end claims on a range of legal issues, including personal injury, litigated and unlitigated child abuse matters across a range of courts, civil wrongs, privacy and matters affecting non-profits and religious institutions.
Alicia has in-depth knowledge of governance and compliance issues arising from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and practices at non-government organisations. She assists her religious and community services clients with issues and responses to the National Redress Scheme and requests from authorities, to develop governance and compliance frameworks, and with reviewing and implementing child abuse and safety policies compliant with regulatory requirements.
In addition to her Bachelor of Laws, Alicia holds Bachelor of Arts majoring in Joint English and American Literature and Sociology from Middlebury College. Alicia was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Victoria in December 2014.
Alicia is a Nationally Accredited Mediator through the Resolution Institute and holds a certificate for Conflict Resolution and Dispute Avoidance from the Australian Commercial Disputes Centre.
Outside of work, Alicia is an amateur artist and career coach, and loves quizzes and comedy.