Our People.

Renee Campbell

Director / Practice Manager / Licenced Conveyancer

Before coming to Accessible Family Law Renee spent 13 years working within the Federal Magistrates Court (as it then was), Family Court and in the Federal Court of Australia.

Renee commenced her career at Victoria Legal Aid before working in the capacity as a Deputy Associate and then Associate in the Federal Magistrates Court (now the Federal Circuit Court) before moving onto the Family Court as a Judge's Associate.

Renee then spent six years working as an Executive Assistant to a Federal Court Judge where she managed Judge's chambers responsible for some of the largest commercial and class action litigation in recent Australian history.

Renee is responsible for management of our practice and our conveyancing services and has established links with many local businesses to provide the best possible resources to our clients.

She brings exceptional management and client engagement skills with her to Accessible Family Law.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts, La Trobe University (2000)
  • Licenced Conveyancer (2018)

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Our Blog

January 18 2022
While it’s true that most family law matters resolve at some point before a trial, there is still a chance that during the separation process you will have to attend Court (whether remotely or in-person). Attending Court, especially...
November 17 2021
As we’ve mentioned before, spouses’ superannuation funds are considered part of the property pool during separation. This means that your superannuation is considered an asset that is available to be divided in some proportion...
October 28 2021
Mediation is an inherent part of most family separation proceedings. But what is mediation when it comes to family law, and how does it work? What is Mediation? Mediation is a process where parties to a dispute try to reach an...

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