Katrina holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours first class, division one), Bachelor of Business (Distinction) and a Diploma of Legal Practice. She is currently undertaking a PhD in Law focused on transnational business ethics, whistleblowers and corporate governance and is considered a thought leader in the area.
She is a commercial lawyer for Clayton Utz and specialises in competition and consumer law. She has been admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia and has worked on a number of high profile litigations, regulatory investigations and corporate advisory matters for multinational clients. She specialises in helping organisations strengthen their internal business processes and codes to create cultures of compliance.
Katrina is also a fellow of the Centre for Comparative Corporate Governance at Deakin Law School and looks forward to continuing her research in order to provide high quality commercially driven advice to her clients that strikes a balance between economic growth, profitability and good corporate citizenship.