Elizabeth joined MurphySchmidt in 2017 as a Research Cadet. In February 2019, she became a Law Clerk and in July, commenced a traineeship with the firm. During this time, Elizabeth has demonstrated an enthusiastic approach to both her work and building strong relationships with her clients.
With a combined degree in Law and Arts, majoring in International Relations and Public Policy, Elizabeth has a keen interest in the development of law and the analysis of its impact on clients.
Elizabeth is an active participant in the firm’s involvement with LawRight (formerly QPILCH), a not-for-profit, community-based legal organisation that coordinates the provision of pro bono legal services for individuals and community groups. As captain for the firm’s fundraising activities for the 2019 Queensland Legal Walk, her efforts led the team to achieve the Walk Spirit Award.
Elizabeth previously volunteered at the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service and also participated in the Mater Health Advocacy Legal Clinic as part of the university’s continuing legal education program.