Naomi graduated from a double Bachelors degree in Legal Studies and Arts Psychology in 2010. Following this, she undertook various social work roles in the family law sector including as a community advocate with the local community legal service and as a Family Support Worker in the not-for-profit sector.
In 2011, Naomi completed a graduate diploma in Family Dispute Resolution and became a registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (“FDRP”) with the Attorney General’s Department. With her love of study and the law beckoning, Naomi commenced a post-graduate Law Degree with Edith Cowan University in 2014.
Naomi operated as an FDRP and in various other roles along with undertaking her part-time studies until the birth of her first son in 2015. In order to balance work and life commitments, Naomi commenced her private mediation practice in Mandurah in 2016.
In 2018, Naomi birthed her second son a week before law exams. This is something she does not recommend but succeeded nonetheless.
After five years of hard work, in 2019 she graduated from ECU with a Bachelor of Laws and was admitted into the Supreme Court of Western Australia in June of that year. Naomi commenced practice with a boutique family law firm in the Mandurah region and has continued to develop her reputation for providing practical, pragmatic and empathic legal services.
She has practiced solely in the area of family law having experience in complex child related proceedings and property matters. Outside of work, Naomi enjoys getting outdoors with her family. They are regular frequenters of all things beach, forest and adventure. Naomi’s ethos to work is complementary to the experience and dedication of the Directors of Coastal Family Law.