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About Jessica

Jessica graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2019 with a double degree in Law and Arts (English literature and Ancient History). Jessica was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in February 2019 and the High Court of Australia in late 2020.

Prior to commencing with the Law Office of Conrad Curry, Jessica worked in family law, domestic violence and care and protection as a paralegal at a Hunter Valley firm. Jessica has experience in appearing in the Federal Circuit Court, Local Court and Children’s Court jurisdictions.

Jessica is passionate about helping those who are disadvantaged members of society. She regularly works with legally aided and private clients alike and is an appointed solicitor on the legal aid family law panel.

Jessica has previously practiced in criminal law, and has a sound understanding of domestic violence related matters. Jessica is growing and developing her practice in parenting and property matters,  including domestic violence related matters and high-risk parenting matters.

Jessica is highly empathetic and understanding and is driven to deliver the best results for our clients in family law matters.

Empathy and understanding are crucial in the role of a family lawyer. I have a personal understanding of the circumstances many families find themselves in, and I am committed to assisting survivors of family violence and child abuse to have a better future.

 

Jessica Woodward

Title Solicitor

Qualifications BA LLB (Hons) Dip Leg Prac

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