Rebecca was as admitted as an Australian Lawyer in March of 2013, at which time she immediately commenced employment in private practice, at Dribbin & Brown Criminal Lawyers.
Rebecca has practised exclusively in criminal law since that time. Rebecca initially worked at Dribbin & Brown Criminal Lawyers from 2013 through to 2017, moving to legal aid for a period of years, before returning to Dribbin & Brown Criminal Lawyers. We are glad she is back.
Rebecca has appeared in various Magistrates’ Court matters including contested bail applications, pleas, contest mentions, bail variations, committal mentions and applications under the Road Safety Act, intervention order matters and contested hearings. Rebecca has also appeared in the County Court of Victoria in relation to appeals and breach offences.
Rebecca has been the instructing solicitor in numerous serious indictable matters and has worked with some of Victoria’s most senior barristers. Rebecca has also drafted a number of Supreme Court bail applications.
Rebecca has extensive experience in criminal law and is a staunch advocate.
Rebecca’s strong motivation to achieve the best outcome for each client is rooted in a firm belief of each person’s right to a fair hearing.
Rebecca routinely appears at the various Magistrates’ Courts around Melbourne. With eight years post admission experience, if Rebecca is your lawyer, then you are in good hands.