Eloise is a government advisory and commercial litigation and dispute resolution lawyer. She has particular expertise in advising the Commonwealth and state governments on regulatory compliance, regulatory review and complex questions of statutory interpretation. She advises on administrative law and decision making. Eloise has experience in a diverse range of court proceedings and alternative methods for dispute resolution. Eloise works on Royal Commissions, inquiries and regularly appears in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. She is praised for her client focused and practical approach to problem solving and early resolution of disputes.
Acting in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of decisions made under the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act 2013 and Rules.
Advising and proofing witnesses for a state government client on the Royal Commission into the Casino Operator and Licence.
Government advisory and statutory interpretation
Advice to Commonwealth and state governments on proper administrative decision making, practice and procedure.
Acting for government and private entities in the Federal, Supreme and County Courts of Australia, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal and the Building Appeals Board.