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Isabelle has a practical understanding of the everyday challenges faced by organisations, having previously worked in the human resources department at Land Rover in the UK. Isabelle has a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) degree in Personnel Management.

Isabelle was admitted to practice as a Lawyer in the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 2007, and in the Supreme Court of Western Australian in 2020.

"I take into account commercial considerations and stakeholders involved, and aim to provide practical and pragmatic options to our clients, where possible."


Isabelle’s main areas of practice are in commercial litigation and local government advisory work.

She works in litigious matters in the superior and subordinate courts, as well as matters involving the WA Court of Appeal and the High Court of Australia. The latter relate to the recent notable case of Herridge and others v Electricity Networks Corporation t/as Western Power [2021] WASCA 111 relating to the Parkerville bushfire in 2014.

Her litigation work covers a wide range of matter types, such as construction contract disputes to negligence actions and native title litigation.

In local government matters, Isabelle also assists on a broad range of advisory work, from matters requiring statutory interpretation, to defamation and employment law.

Isabelle also works on prosecutions and matters requiring resolution in the State Administrative Tribunal ranging from planning to building appeals.

Industry Associations


  • Member of the Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA)
  • Member of the Women Lawyers of Western Australia
  • Member of the Law Society of Western Australia

University of Plymouth, United Kingdom

Bachelor of Arts (BA) (First Class Honours) (2003)

The University of Law, England

Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) with Distinction (2004)

The University of Law, England

Legal Practice Course with Distinction (2005)


Supreme Court of England and Wales (2007)

Supreme Court of Western Australia (2020)

High Court of Australia (2020)

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