Emily works extremely hard and efficiently for her clients. Emily has keen interest in criminal law and traffic law and has appeared on matters in many jurisdictions including Magistrates Court, District Court and Industrial Relations Court. She works closely with Casey Isaacs on civil matters, including Criminal Asset Confiscation.
Emily graduated from Flinders University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice with Honours and a Bachelor of Arts. She was admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of South Australia in September 2014.
Emily began at Caldicott Lawyers as a part-time clerk and became a solicitor with the firm in early 2015. During that time, Emily has assisted the solicitors at Caldicott Lawyers with many matters including working closely with Partner, Craig Caldicott, on a number of Supreme and District Court trials and Court of Criminal Appeal matters.
Emily was an integral part of a recent high profile case in which our client was charged with murder but the court found our client guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter. Emily has assisted in a number of matters ranging from serious offending such as murder through to Magistrate Court offences such as driving whilst disqualified. Emily's contribution in Caldicott Lawyers appeal cases has been essential to our team's success.
Emily has a keen interest in criminal law and traffic law and has appeared on matters in many jurisdictions including Magistrates Court, District Court and Industrial Relations Court.
Emily was the only South Australian recipient of the 2016 Doyles rising star award for criminal law, which is a fantastic acknowledgment of her hard work and potential.