Tammy practices predominantly in estates/probates law, general commercial litigation, trade practices, common law and property law.
Since signing the Bar Roll, Tammy has appeared in the Full Federal Court, Federal Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and County Court in a variety of cases.
Tammy has several years’ experience as a public speaker, was heavily involved in the Law Institute of Victoria’s Young Lawyers’ Committees as a solicitor and has since contributed to the Institute’s Journals as a barrister. Tammy captained two Australian Swimming Teams and was Oceania Champion in 2002. Tammy also spent time in the United States studying psychology and mathematics, achieving the title of Dean’s List Honouree. While in the United States, Tammy won several awards, the most notable being: the ESPN Academic All-America of the Year for Women's At-Large Sports in the College Division; Women’s Athlete and Scholar-Athlete of the Year of her University and of the State of Pennsylvania; and the Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Women’s Swimming Performer of the Year.
Tammy was a Dean’s Scholar at Deakin University, graduated from her Law Degree with Honours and from her Commerce Degree with Distinction.
Prior to signing the Bar Roll, Tammy practiced as a solicitor at Maddens Lawyers in Warrnambool and at O’Donnell Salzano Lawyers in Melbourne.
Tammy is available to appear and advise in matters arising in all areas of practice listed above, in all jurisdictions.
From 08/10/2009, Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.
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