The Centre is delighted to welcome Sue Hunt as our new Policy Officer.
Sue is a lawyer with over seven years’ experience in legal knowledge management at Gilbert + Tobin, Sparke Helmore and DLA Piper Australia, developing legal information resources and legal practice resources.
While at G+T, she participated in the firm’s world class pro bono program, assisting the legal clinic at the Matthew Talbot Hostel.
At Sparke Helmore, she managed a pro bono program assisting the Aged-Care Rights Service (TARS), which was included as a case study in the Centre’s Pro Bono Partnerships and Models: A Practical Guide to What Works.
Sue attained her LLM at the University of Sydney in 2008. Her expertise, her interest in access to justice and her passion for the effective delivery of pro bono services make her a welcome addition to the Centre’s team.