Lucy has always held a keen interest in the criminal law. Whilst completing her Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of International Studies at Deakin University Lucy submitted her Honours thesis, “Aligning the punishment to the offender: an examination into the effectiveness of Australia’s sentencing practice for terrorism offenders”.
Lucy has more recently picked up her studies again and is presently completing a Master of Laws at Melbourne University.
Prior to coming to Dribbin & Brown Criminal Lawyers, Lucy worked as a lawyer at a specialist criminal law firm in the city and before that as an assistant at Clayton Utz.
Lucy practices exclusively in criminal law and regularly appears in the various Victorian court jurisdictions. She is a skilled advocate who advises in both Criminal and Intervention Order matters. There is very little that Lucy has not done in Court; Lucy appears in relation to bail applications, contest mention, pleas of guilty, case conferences and intervention order matters.
Lucy fights for fair and just outcomes on behalf of her clients. She is a true believer in the important role that criminal lawyers play in defending the greater rights of every citizen. She resolutely believes in a person’s right to a fair hearing and is committed to achieving the best possible legal resolutions for her clients.