Abigail Valenzuela holds a Master of Economics (Efficiency and Productivity Analysis) from the University of New England and a Master of Applied Law 2019 (Business Law and Transactions) from the College of Law.
Before being admitted as solicitor, Abigail was well-regarded by customers and employers in the telecommunications and banking industries as a complaints and risk officer. She later lectured in business and taxation law at ATMC Sydney of the Federation University.
Before migrating to Australia in 2000, Abigail was a lecturer and head of school at universities in the Philippines. She has volunteered as a solicitor at Australian pro bono legal centres to help in matters of immigration, family, finance, property, injury and employment to new migrants and indigents of Australia.
Accreditations & Memberships
- Member of the Law Society of New South Wales
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