Emma joined Stevens & Associates in July 2018 as a Paralegal, and works part-time while she completes a combined degree in Laws and Communication at the University of Technology Sydney.
Emma has a keen interest in issues of justice and equal opportunity within the workplace. She recently completed an internship at a not-for-profit organisation where she developed her advocacy and research skills for the recommendations and development of government policy. Emma conducts legal research for the firm, navigating relevant employment legislation and common law to assist with our client’s matters.
Emma’s role at the firm also extends to drafting articles for our monthly newsletter “Vision in the Workplace” and comparing enterprise agreements with modern awards to ensure they are able to pass the “Better Off Overall Test”. Her passion for social justice translates to her interest in workplace change management and ways in which social change can stem from developing sound workplace corporate culture practices. Emma is additionally interested in issues relating to discrimination and unfair dismissal.
That we were able to achieve the results … without any industrial disputation, demonstrates clearly the practicality of your approach, the simplicity of the documentation and your research and negotiation skills.
A CLIENT IN THE MARITIME INDUSTRY
The hours of preparation and your professionalism have yet again given us the outcome we were hoping for. As I’m sure you appreciate, this was a very important decision for not just [our] business but the industry overall.
A CLIENT IN THE CASH IN TRANSIT INDUSTRY