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Tamie Moore

Associate Family Lawyer

Tamie was admitted to legal practice in 2019 and has worked exclusively in family law since this time with Accessible Family Law. Previously she worked in the family law area for almost 16 years as a skilled paralegal supporting lawyers in all aspects of family law work, collectively her family law experience spans 20 years.

Before commencing with Accessible Family Law Tamie worked at the Federal Court of Australia for 4 years gaining exposure to bankruptcy, corporations, migration and fair work matters enabling her to bring this experience to her current practice and ensuring she is a well rounded practitioner.

Tamie works in close consultation with our princpal lawyer Nicole Le Pou to guarantee clients receive consistent, high quality legal services. This collaborative approach to file work means that Tamie is constantly building on her already high skill set and refining her approach as an exceptional lawyer. 

Tamie works across all domains of family law, she has experience in complex parenting, child support and high value property matters together with intervention orders and adult adoption. Her trial preparation skills are finely tuned and often commended by counsel working with her in litigation.

Clients will find Tamie's approach in all matters to be settlement focused , placing a high priority on the best interest of children and ensuring clients feel heard and advocated for. 

Outside of practice Tamie volunteers at a community legal centre assisting clients with family law and intervention order related matters. She is also undertaking her Master of Laws in family law. 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Law, Victoria University (2017)
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law (2018)

Memberships

  • Law Institue of Victoria
  • Family Law Section Law Council of Australia
  • Southern Lawyers Association (Treasurer) 

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Our Blog

May 7 2024
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February 13 2024
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