Alix is a strategic employment and safety lawyer with experience across a broad range of industries. She is passionate about achieving the best commercial and practical result possible for clients in a timely manner, whilst also managing the emotional complexities that often arise in this area of law.
“Employment and safety law often comes with personal and emotional complexities that are less prevalent in other practice areas. I manage these complexities respectfully, without losing sight of the bigger picture of finding the best way forward for clients, and efficiently guiding them through the process of implementing a strategy towards resolution.
My interest is in creating and implementing strategies to balance commercial and emotional complexities and achieve the best possible result for clients. As an effective communicator, I strive to make genuine connections with my clients by listening to the outcomes that they want and developing an intimate understanding of their business to achieve the most desirable and practical resolution.”
Industry and career experience
Alix has experience advising on all aspects of employment and safety law, including providing advice regarding employment entitlements, termination, redundancy, disciplinary procedures and work, health and safety issues. Alix also has experience conducting workplace investigations, drafting various workplace documents and managing long term injured employees. With a background in litigation, Alix has a particular interest in contentious matters, whether that be defending an unfair dismissal or general protections claim, or a work health and safety prosecution.
Alix has worked with a number of public, private and not-for-profit clients across a variety of sectors including education, professional services, finance, insurance, allied health and manufacturing.
Prior to joining Source, Alix was a Solicitor at Danny King Legal. She has also worked at Lander & Rogers and Cornwall Stodart.
- Bachelor of Laws – Deakin University
- Bachelor of Arts – Deakin University
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice Leo Cussen Institute
- Admitted in Victoria, NSW, Federal Court of Australia and High Court of Australia