Anna approaches her work with a mind for detail and a priority for each person’s individual voice and story. Criminal law is a fundamentally people-focused area of the law and good advocacy requires empathy, passion, adaptability and a keen sense of justice. Anna also believes defence lawyers have a responsibility to make the law and court processes as accessible as possible. So people are able to make clear, informed decisions about their matters without confusion or fear of the unknown getting in the way.

Outside of practicing law Anna enjoys an active lifestyle, filling most of her spare time competing in one sport or another, cooking or playing guitar. Ask her what ultimate frisbee is if you have a spare minute…or twenty.

Professional Experience

Anna regularly appears in a broad range of criminal and traffic cases, including:

  • Bail applications to the Local, District, and Supreme Courts of New South Wales,
  • Sentencing proceedings in the Local and District Courts of New South Wales,
  • Complex Local Court defended hearing,
  • Domestic violence matters (including apprehended violence orders),
  • Serious sexual violence matters,
  • White collar crimes,
  • Complex drug supply and possession crimes,
  • Applications pursuant to s 14 and 19 of the Mental Health and Cognitive Impairment Forensic Provisions Act 2020 (NSW) (formerly known as s 32 of the Mental Health (Forensic Provisions) Act 1990),
  • All manner of appeals, including licence appeals in the Local Court, severity and conviction appeals in the District Court, and
  • Indictable matters.