Amanda is a passionate and experienced criminal lawyer. Amanda’s passion for the law began in 2001 as a Bench Clerk with the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria. Since that time, she has developed extensive knowledge and experience in the criminal justice system of Victoria and was admitted to practice in 2022. Along with practicing in all areas of the criminal law, she has a keen interest in traffic and driving matters. Amanda prides herself on achieving the best possible outcome for her clients.

Amanda has previously volunteered her time with the Humanitarian Settlement Services, Albury, where she developed an understanding of the challenges and vulnerabilities facing the local refugee community. Following the Black Summer Bushfires, she was the Deputy Chair of the Corryong Community Recovery Committee which assisted the community of Corryong and the wider Upper Murray in its recovery from such a devastating event. Amanda continues with her tireless efforts to assist her local community by volunteering with Corryong Food Share Services, writing grant proposals to ensure its viability into the future.

All of this experience combined, allows Amanda to bring passion, empathy and extraordinarily unique local knowledge to every criminal law matter that she engages in. Amanda’s extensive knowledge and passion for the law makes her a fierce advocate for any person facing criminal charges, no matter how minor or serious, across any court in Victoria and New South Wales.