BSc/BA (USYD) GDipLaw (UCL)
Hillary has advanced expertise conferencing with clients, drafting pleadings and witness statements. She is also skilled in legal research, as well as client and project management.
Upon graduating from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts, Hillary worked in the arts and as a project manager for several years before moving to London to undertake her legal studies completing Graduate Diploma of Law at the University of London and subsequently, the Barrister Training Course. Hillary has gained legal experience across several organisations in both the UK and Australia including 9 Selborne Chambers, Clifford Chance, The National Centre for Domestic Violence and AMICUS. Additionally, she has further experience shadowing members of the Crown Prosecution Service and marshalling for Master Julia Clark of the High Court (Chancery Division). She is a member of Institute of Art and Law and Gray’s Inn.
Hillary writes for various platforms and magazines. Her writing on treasure law reforms in England and Wales has been nominated for the 2022 Legal Cheek Awards in London. In her spare time, she maintains a strong interest in the arts and museum space. She has an interest in perfumery and olfactory art, particularly the use of aromatic Australian plants.