Alice practices in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Branch of the VGSO. Her focus is on litigious and non-litigious matters for Corrections Victoria and includes general litigation, personal injury, advocacy, prosecutions, subpoenas, and general advice.
Prior to joining the VGSO, Alice worked closely with Victoria Police as a Parole Prosecution Coordinator and with Corrections Victoria as a consultant and adviser regarding breach of parole. Alice has appeared in applications on behalf of Victoria Police under the Family Violence Protections Act 2008, Personal Safety Intervention Orders Act 2010, Firearms Act 1996, Bail Act 1977 and Crimes Act 1958 in the Magistrates' Court. Alice has also appeared in contested hearings and County Court appeal matters relating to Family Violence and has appeared in the Supreme Court in Bail Applications. Alice has assisted Victoria Police with enquiries and advice, training and assessing prosecutors.
Alice was also a witness on behalf of the State in the Royal Commission into Family Violence (Victoria).
Alice is currently completing her Masters of Law, focusing on regulation theories, management of high conflict people and advocacy.