Claire joined Gilshenan and Luton in 2015. She has significant experience representing health professionals such as doctors, nurses and other practitioners in matters brought by the Health Ombudsman or the National Board and assisting practitioners in coronial inquests.
Claire is also part of our employment law team, offering advice in all areas of employment law.
In addition to occupation discipline and employment law, Claire represents clients in all aspects of criminal law. In 2022, Claire gained Specialist Accreditation in Criminal Law through the Queensland Law Society. Claire acts in a diverse range of criminal matters, with particular experience in sexual offences and large-scale white-collar crime/fraud matters.
Claire is a member of the Medico-Legal Society, the Industrial Relations Society of Queensland, and the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland. She is also the firm’s pro-bono coordinator.
In her free time, Claire enjoys visiting home (England) and travelling the world.