FOUNDER AND PRINCIPAL LAWER
Kathryn has a Masters in Creative Arts and was awarded her LLB by the University of New South Wales.
Kathryn has been practicing full-time as a lawyer since 2009, specialising in Wills, Probate, Property and Contract transactions. She founded Adler Legal in late 2014 after working in a boutique estate firm and general practice.
Kathryn was a professional Arts practitioner for more than 2 decades prior to becoming a lawyer, working for both national and international companies and was a lecturer at NIDA for 18 years, designer and practitioner.
When asked why a costume designer would become a lawyer – which she often is – her response is that she has a genuine interest in helping people navigate their way through the legal labyrinth and an almost pathological bent on attention to detail.
Kathryn is actively involved in the local community having served on the board of Culture at Work an artist-led art science creative hub for 3 years and offers a free JP service to members of the Pyrmont community.
Alex has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Gender Studies and Art History and was awarded a Bachelor of Laws by the University of Technology Sydney in 2020.
Alex completed studying her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and was admitted in New South Wales as a lawyer in July.
While working at Adler Legal, Alex also volunteers at Marrickville Legal Centre where she has a keen interest in both Family Law and Health Justice Partnerships.
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Yasmin has a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Business majoring in Economics from the University of Technology Sydney.
Yasmin has completed her course work for the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law and is currently undertaking her practical legal training in hopes of being admitted as a lawyer in NSW at the end of 2020.
Yasmin aims to use the law to help people wherever possible. Aside from helping people navigate estate and property law at Adler Legal, Yasmin has a strong interest in social justice and human rights law and currently interns at the Public Interest Advocacy Centre on their transitional justice project.