She has also been involved in advising government, advising organisations on corporate governance and privacy obligations, drafting privacy policies and prosecuting a variety of commercial disputes. Sue has practised in a wide variety of jurisdictions, acting for major Australian corporations, private individuals, and statutory and government authorities with particular expertise in large, complex cases.
Prior to commencing with Arnold Bloch Leibler, Sue completed a research associateship at the Federal Court of Australia. She has also held positions as a senior manager in the Commonwealth government with experience in heritage and native title, and as a social policy adviser to a Federal Minister. Sue joined Arnold Bloch Leibler in 2004 and was made senior associate in July 2007.
Sue was a commentary author for Lexis Nexis Native Title Service from 1999 to 2010 and has published in the areas of heritage, native title and freedom of information.
Sue’s practice focuses on the following areas:
- commercial litigation and dispute resolution;
- constitutional and administrative law matters; and
- public interest law, including native title and human rights.
Sue has been elected as 2016 Vice President of the LIV. Sue has served on the LIV Council since 2014, and will be running for Presidency on a policy platform of gender equity, reconciliation and regional engagement.