Jennifer is an Associate in the Employment Law team at MST Lawyers.

Jennifer’ Practice

Jennifer has experience acting for employee clients from varying levels of seniority in an organisation and employer clients of all sizes, from small family businesses to large national corporations. She is committed to providing practical, commercially sound and tailored advice to suit the needs of each individual client and the outcomes they seek.

Jennifer’s practice includes acting in and advising her clients on:

  • Compliance under the Fair Work Act, industrial instruments and other workplace laws
  • Disputes in courts and tribunals across Australia (including the Fair Work Commission, Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia and Supreme Court of Victoria) including matters relating to unfair dismissal, underpayment of wages and general protections
  • Employment contracts, workplace policies and other employment documentation
  • Enterprise bargaining

Areas Of Specialty

  • Workplace law compliance
  • Modern awards and enterprise agreement
  • Wage audits
  • Workplace disputes and litigation

Industry Experience

  • Hospitality, Fast Food and Restaurant
  • Retail
  • Hire and Rental
  • Real estate

Qualifications/Admissions

  • 2019 – Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce (Monash University)
  • 2020 – Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (The College of Law)
  • 2020 – Admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria
  • 2020 – Admitted to the High Court of Victoria

Memberships

  • Law Institute of Victoria (2020)
  • Australian Asian Lawyers Association

Significant Achievements

  • Assisted Kennards Hire, one of the largest family-owned equipment hire companies in Australia, with successfully implementing an enterprise agreement for its national workforce
  • Appearing in Fair Work Commission conciliations and Court mediations, many of which resolution was achieved between the parties
  • Advising an employee client in relation to his dismissal in breach of the general protections provisions who successfully obtained a favourable judgement at the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia