02 9058 4930 office@ndlaw.com.au

Who we are

Nicole Dunn

Nicole Dunn

Legal Practitioner Director

Nicole decided to start her own firm after working in the legal industry for close to 30 years.  She decided the only way she was going to work in an environment that made her want to jump out of bed every day to was to create her own firm, so she did! 

She started her legal career as a junior secretary in a Sydney firm in 1989.  She studied while working full-time and was admitted as a Solicitor in New South Wales and the Commonwealth Courts in 1998.  She moved to the Northern Territory in 2003 and is admitted there. She became a partner in a NT firm in 2006. Nicole is also admitted in Queensland and practiced there for a short time in 2012.

Despite Nicole’s love of Darwin she returned to Sydney in 2012.  Well sort of, she travels to Darwin once a month. 

Nicole thrives on practising law; she is a deep thinker and a skilled problem solver.  She considers all aspects of a situation including the potential consequences of a decision.  Her analytical skills are extremely beneficial to her clients; she not only considers the issue at hand but also has regard for the potential consequences of a particular action.  She has, for many years assisted clients with complex litigation and has undertaken a number of coronial inquests. She loves all things employment and workplace law related, and holds a Masters of Employment and Labour Relations Law from Melbourne University.

Outside of work she loves spending time with her family, travelling and cooking and will sometimes bring her cooking experiments into the office for everyone to enjoy (or not on occasion).

Nicole is someone you want on your team

Email: nicole.dunn@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel: 0409 902 236

 

Mary Saliba

Mary Saliba

Legal Practitioner/Migration Agent MARN 1799617

Mary joined Nicole Dunn Lawyers in November 2019.  She is not only a practicing lawyer, but also a registered migration agent.  Despite resistance from her family, Mary decided law was her calling as she was interested in resolving legal issues and assisting people.  Mary enjoys thinking outside the box and finding creative solutions to difficult problems.

Mary completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in International Studies at the University of Technology Sydney.  In 2014, Mary decided to liven-up her studies by moving to Germany and studying for 12 months, and although her German is a bit rusty, she thoroughly enjoyed living in the freezing cold!

Mary was admitted as a lawyer in 2016.

Mary is an experienced migration lawyer and prior to joining the firm, she worked with an international law firm providing migration advice and assistance for multinational corporations, government agencies, and individuals.  She is easy to talk to and has experience advising clients from a variety of sectors, including telecommunications and information technology, engineering, mining and resources (including oil and gas), entertainment, retail, and professional services.  In 2019, she decided to expand her skills and join the firm.  She now practices in the areas of employment law, and general litigation in addition to migration.

Outside of work, she enjoys travel and reading about anything other than law.

As part of giving back to her community, Mary has provided pro bono services as a volunteer paralegal and advisor with Redfern Legal Centre from 2016 to 2018.

Mary is fluent in English, Arabic and as indicated above, rusty German.

You can reach Mary at:

Direct: 02 9058 4932
Mobile: 0466 790 592
Email: mary.saliba@ndlaw.com.au

Nicole Dunn

Nicole Dunn

Legal Practitioner Director

Nicole decided to start her own firm after working in the legal industry for close to 30 years.  She decided the only way she was going to work in an environment that made her want to jump out of bed every day to was to create her own firm, so she did! 

She started her legal career as a junior secretary in a Sydney firm in 1989.  She studied while working full-time and was admitted as a Solicitor in New South Wales and the Commonwealth Courts in 1998.  She moved to the Northern Territory in 2003 and is admitted there. She became a partner in a NT firm in 2006. Nicole is also admitted in Queensland and practiced there for a short time in 2012.

Despite Nicole’s love of Darwin she returned to Sydney in 2012.  Well sort of, she travels to Darwin once a month. 

Nicole thrives on practising law; she is a deep thinker and a skilled problem solver.  She considers all aspects of a situation including the potential consequences of a decision.  Her analytical skills are extremely beneficial to her clients; she not only considers the issue at hand but also has regard for the potential consequences of a particular action.  She has, for many years assisted clients with complex litigation and has undertaken a number of coronial inquests. She loves all things employment and workplace law related, and holds a Masters of Employment and Labour Relations Law from Melbourne University.

Outside of work she loves spending time with her family, travelling and cooking and will sometimes bring her cooking experiments into the office for everyone to enjoy (or not, on occasion).

Nicole is someone you want on your team.

You can reach Nicole by:

Email: nicole.dunn@ndlaw.com.au 
Tel: 0409 902 236
Direct: 02 9058 4931

Mary Saliba

Mary Saliba

Legal Practitioner/Migration Agent MARN 1799617

Mary joined Nicole Dunn Lawyers in November 2019.  She is not only a practicing lawyer, but also a registered migration agent.  Despite resistance from her family, Mary decided law was her calling as she was interested in resolving legal issues and assisting people.  Mary enjoys thinking outside the box and finding creative solutions to difficult problems.

Mary completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in International Studies at the University of Technology Sydney.  In 2014, Mary decided to liven-up her studies by moving to Germany and studying for 12 months, and although her German is a bit rusty, she thoroughly enjoyed living in the freezing cold!

Mary was admitted as a lawyer in 2016.

Mary is an experienced migration lawyer and prior to joining the firm, she worked with an international law firm providing migration advice and assistance for multinational corporations, government agencies, and individuals.  She is easy to talk to and has experience advising clients from a variety of sectors, including telecommunications and information technology, engineering, mining and resources (including oil and gas), entertainment, retail, and professional services.  In 2019, she decided to expand her skills and join the firm.  She now practices in the areas of employment law, and general litigation in addition to migration.

Outside of work, she enjoys travel and reading about anything other than law.

As part of giving back to her community, Mary has provided pro bono services as a volunteer paralegal and advisor with Redfern Legal Centre from 2016 to 2018.

Mary is fluent in English, Arabic and as indicated above, rusty German.

You can reach Mary at:

Direct: 02 9058 4932
Mobile: 0466 790 592
Email: mary.saliba@ndlaw.com.au

Nicole Dunn

Nicole Dunn

Legal Practitioner Director

Nicole decided to start her own firm after working in the legal industry for close to 30 years.  She decided the only way she was going to work in an environment that made her want to jump out of bed every day to was to create her own firm, so she did!

She started her legal career as a junior secretary in a Sydney firm in 1989.  She studied while working full-time and was admitted as a Solicitor in New South Wales and the Commonwealth Courts in 1998.  She moved to the Northern Territory in 2003 and is admitted there. She became a partner in a NT firm in 2006. Nicole is also admitted in Queensland and practiced there for a short time in 2012.

Despite Nicole’s love of Darwin she returned to Sydney in 2012.  Well sort of, she travels to Darwin once a month.

Nicole thrives on practising law; she is a deep thinker and a skilled problem solver.  She considers all aspects of a situation including the potential consequences of a decision.  Her analytical skills are extremely beneficial to her clients; she not only considers the issue at hand but also has regard for the potential consequences of a particular action.  She has, for many years assisted clients with complex litigation and has undertaken a number of coronial inquests. She loves all things employment and workplace law related, and holds a Masters of Employment and Labour Relations Law from Melbourne University.

Outside of work she loves spending time with her family, travelling and cooking and will sometimes bring her cooking experiments into the office for everyone to enjoy (or not on occasion).

Nicole is someone you want on your team

Mobile: 0409 902 236
Direct: 02 9058 4931
Email: nicole.dunn@ndlaw.com.au 

Mary Saliba

Mary Saliba

Legal Practitioner/Migration Agent MARN 1799617

Mary joined Nicole Dunn Lawyers in November 2019.  She is not only a practicing lawyer, but also a registered migration agent.  Despite resistance from her family, Mary decided law was her calling as she was interested in resolving legal issues and assisting people.  Mary enjoys thinking outside the box and finding creative solutions to difficult problems.

Mary completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in International Studies at the University of Technology Sydney.  In 2014, Mary decided to liven-up her studies by moving to Germany and studying for 12 months, and although her German is a bit rusty, she thoroughly enjoyed living in the freezing cold!

Mary was admitted as a lawyer in 2016.

Mary is an experienced migration lawyer and prior to joining the firm, she worked with an international law firm providing migration advice and assistance for multinational corporations, government agencies, and individuals.  She is easy to talk to and has experience advising clients from a variety of sectors, including telecommunications and information technology, engineering, mining and resources (including oil and gas), entertainment, retail, and professional services.  In 2019, she decided to expand her skills and join the firm.  She now practices in the areas of employment law, and general litigation in addition to migration.

Outside of work, she enjoys travel and reading about anything other than law.

As part of giving back to her community, Mary has provided pro bono services as a volunteer paralegal and advisor with Redfern Legal Centre from 2016 to 2018.

Mary is fluent in English, Arabic and as indicated above, rusty German.

You can reach Mary at:

Direct: 02 9058 4932
Mobile: 0466 790 592
Email: mary.saliba@ndlaw.com.au

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable.

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Direct: 02 9058 4933
Mobile: 0466 787 565
Email: juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Juliette Talj

Juliette Talj

Practice Manager / Paralegal

Juliette is the go-to person for all practice-related questions – she can answer any question related to the practice, the IT system or the running of the firm.   Additionally, she performs paralegal work at the firm and undertakes legal research, document drafting, review and analysis.

Juliette has performed a number of roles since starting work in the legal industry in 2011, beginning as a junior administrative assistant, progressing to an accounts clerk, office manager and paralegal.  She can almost say she has done every job in a law firm!

Before commencing her legal studies, Juliette worked full-time while completing a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney and graduated in 2016.  She immediately began studying law at UTS as soon as she finished her Business degree. She expects to complete her legal studies in 2020 and will then be admitted as a legal practitioner.  Once that goal is achieved and she begins practising as a lawyer, she can truly say she has done every job available in a law firm.

Juliette began working with Nicole in June 2018 and enjoyed it so much she agreed to join her when she started her firm in July 2019.   She understands how important work is and the human need for work to be rewarding, productive and for the workplace to be harmonious and enjoyable. 

If you ask Juliette about her work she’ll tell you that no day is ever the same, and no day is boring.  In undertaking many roles in a law firm she understands how important each role is, and that everyone in the firm contributes to the end result, not just the lawyers involved.  She knows that legal issues impact on people’s lives and understands the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Juliette is a Justice of the Peace in New South Wales and is part of an enormous family, so spends what little spare time she has with them.

Feel free to contact Juliette on:

Email:    juliette.talj@ndlaw.com.au 

Tel:        0466 787 565

Legal issues impact on people’s lives and we understand the importance of teamwork and hard work.

Sydney Office

Suite 3.02, Level 3
84 Pitt Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000

Darwin Office

Suite 1
84 Woods Street
Darwin NT 0800