Kimberley is commercially focussed, exploring all avenues of dispute resolution to achieve her clients’ wider strategic objectives. Kimberley also acts for insolvency practitioners, financial institutions and corporate clients in managing insolvency arrangements, resolving disputes, recovering debts and realising assets.
In October 2010, Kimberley joined Arnold Bloch Leibler from British Telecommunications in London where she worked in its specialist litigation team. Previously, Kimberley worked for Blake Dawson (now Ashurst) in its litigation practice. During this time, she was seconded to Telstra for six months and also took a leave of absence to work as an intern at the United Nations’ Office of Legal Affairs in New York.
Kimberley has been ranked by Doyle’s Guide in the ‘Rising Stars – Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Australia 2016’ category.
Kimberley holds a Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) from Bond University and a Masters of International Studies from The University of Sydney. She was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2002, and in 2007 was admitted to practice in England and Wales.
Kimberley’s practice focuses on the following areas:
- commercial litigation in the Supreme, Federal and appellate courts, as well as alternative dispute resolution;
- class action litigation;
- corporate insolvency and reconstruction, including voluntary administrations, receiverships and liquidations; and
- financial services, including registered and unregistered managed investment schemes.