Current practice

Caitlin's practice focuses on advocacy and advice work for Victoria Police. Caitlin advises on a range of legal issues, including matters concerning administrative law and statutory interpretation, privacy law, human rights law, criminal law and evidence, and matters concerning claims of public interest immunity. 


Prior to working in the Police Branch, Caitlin worked in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Branch of the VGSO where she provided legal advice to a range of government clients including Corrections Victoria, the Attorney-General's Office, the Department of Health and Human Services and the Sheriff's Office. Caitlin's practice included general civil and commercial litigation, requests from foreign courts for the taking of evidence, and matters under the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997.  

Caitlin regularly appears in applications for Victoria Police in the Supreme Court and Administrative Appeals Tribunal.