Jaimee-Lee was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in August 2017. Prior to working as a solicitor, she obtained a wealth of experience working as a criminal law clerk and acting as the associate to the presiding Domestic Violence Magistrate in Southport.
Jaimee-Lee has an extensive range of experience in criminal law, from Magistrate Court sentences and bail applications to District and Supreme Court trials and Court of Appeal matters. She practises in a diverse range of areas including:
She also represents clients in child protection matters and dangerous prisoner applications.
Outside the courtroom, Jaimee-Lee is a volunteer with the Caxton Community Legal Centre, providing pro-bono advice and assistance to those in need within the community.
She is also a member of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland (WLAQ). She is a committee member of the WLAQ’s Criminal Lawyers Sub-Committee, which provides her with the opportunity to advocate and raise awareness about issues impacting female criminal lawyers.
Jaimee-Lee previously volunteered with the Robina Community Legal Centre, Australian Red Cross and Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience.
On multiple occasions, Jaimee-Lee has been named a ‘Rising Star’ in Doyle’s Guide for the category of criminal law in Queensland. Additionally, she was recognised as the winner of the ‘30 Under 30 Lawyers Weekly Awards’ for criminal law within Australia.
Outside of work, Jaimee-Lee enjoys spending time with her family by the beach.