Carina accepts briefs in a broad range of civil matters, with a particular focus on common law.
Before coming to the Bar, Carina was Senior Associate to the Honourable Justice Keogh in the Supreme Court of Victoria. She had previously held positions as a Research Associate and as Associate to the Honourable Justices Redlich and Tate in the Court of Appeal, and as class actions legal officer and research assistant in the Court’s Common Law Division. In her work at the Court, Carina was involved in a wide range of personal injury matters including workplace injuries, asbestos litigation and common law class actions. She is also experienced in wills and probate, defamation, and judicial review matters, and in civil and criminal appeals.
Carina has assisted some of Victoria’s most disadvantaged people through her work as a solicitor in Victoria Legal Aid’s civil justice and summary crime divisions.
Carina holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws (both with First Class Honours) from Monash University. She is currently studying a Master of Laws at the University of Melbourne. Carina is a member of the Common Law Bar Association and the Women Barristers’ Association.
Carina is reading with Maria Pilipasidis, and her senior mentor is Bernard Quinn QC.
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