Rema Hamdan

Legal Counsel (Employment and Safety)

Rema is an employment, industrial relations and safety lawyer with broad expertise across all aspects of employment law. Rema has a growth mindset which enables her to deliver innovative solutions to assist her clients in reaching their strategic goals.

“I have a natural inclination to stand up for rights and an interest in bringing value-based and strategic leadership to employment and safety.

From an early age, I was interested in how organisations attract, grow and change labour, safety and systems, having migrant parents working multiple roles to build their own Australian dream. I have spent the past 5 years working across the spectrum of employment and safety, where I have been privileged to support clients to respond to, develop and enhance employment and safety systems, issues and disputes.

I thrive working in environments with strong organisational vision and leadership. I am proud to have assisted leading organisations build their safety systems and culture from the top down.”

Rema is a passionate Diversity & Inclusion Advocate and is currently a Senior Manager at Diversity Women in Law, an organisation that operates to empower and support diverse women through all stages of their legal studies and career.

Industry and career experience
Rema has experience advising on all aspects of employment law including performance, termination and redundancy, compliance with modern awards and enterprise agreements, advising on WHS, incident response, duties and compliance with Model WHS legislation.

Rema has worked with a number of public and private clients across a variety of sectors including technology, insurance, financial services, retail, health care and mining.

Prior to joining Source, Rema worked at Colin Biggers & Paisley, Maddocks, Herbert Smith Freehills and Maurice Blackburn.

Awards

Australasian Lawyer – Rising Star 2023


Qualifications
Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)(Hons), The University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Laws, The University of New South Wales
Practice Management Course, Law Society of NSW

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