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Emma has been working with Robertson O'Gorman since 2011. She began as a law clerk with the firm during her final years of law school. She obtained a bachelor of laws with honours and bachelor of business majoring in economics from the Queensland University of Technology and a graduate diploma of legal practice from the College of Law.
Before coming to Robertson O'Gorman, Emma worked as a law clerk for firms specialising in criminal law and family law offering legal aid services.
Emma is the secretary of the Law and Justice Institute Queensland and has previously held a position as a criminal law tutor at the University of Queensland. She has received a nomination for the WLAQ Emergent Young Woman Lawyer award.
Emma has represented clients from all walks of life in respect of a wide range of offending behaviour and has achieved great outcomes for her clients.