Jade has a diverse practice with a particular focus on common law, personal injuries, public law and quasi-criminal work. Jade is reading with Roslyn Kaye and her senior mentor is Ben Ihle QC.
Prior to joining the Victorian Bar, Jade was a Principal Solicitor with the Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office (VGSO), where she developed a general and diverse litigation practice for a range of government clients and emanations of the State. Her portfolio spanned torts and breach of statute, general public law litigation, judicial review proceedings, contempt of court matters and reviews pursuant to the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997.
Before joining the VGSO, Jade spent six years as an in-house litigator with the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), where she had carriage of files across the TAC jurisdiction including Serious Injury applications, jury trials for damages, VCAT reviews and some criminal prosecutions work.