Jacinda Casson holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of New England and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. She was admitted to practice in New South Wales in 2016. Jacinda is currently completing a Master of Laws at the University of New England with a major in Criminal Law.
Jacinda’s experience is broad across a number of legal areas, however she has particular interests in Civil and Criminal Law.
In her spare time, she enjoys skiing and attending art galleries.
Accreditations & Memberships
- Member of the Law Society of New South Wales
Our solicitor Jacinda Casson represented an 18-year-old woman at the Bankstown Local Court on 10 December 2019 in relation to an appeal against the Department of Roads and Maritime Services' decision to suspend her driver's licence for a further period of three months.
The case involved an offence of Exceed Speed Limit by more than 30KMH but not more than 45KMH whilst driving a motor vehicle. If the appeal was unsuccessful, the client faced losing her licence for a further period of 3 months.
Our representation resulted in the appeal being upheld.
That result was achieved by preparing the case thoroughly. We paid careful attention to the client’s personal circumstances and the circumstances surrounding the offence and her personal circumstances. We took the time to prepare submissions with respect to our client’s circumstances and driving history. We tendered subjective material on the client's behalf and also made oral submissions leading to the appeal being upheld.
Our solicitor Jacinda Casson represented a 36-year-old woman on multiple allegations of inappropriate discipline of children and inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.
The case involved allegations of offences committed over a few months. The allegations of inappropriate discipline included calling children names, hitting children and using inappropriate force when putting children to sleep. The allegations of inappropriate behaviour in the workplace included discussing the client’s sex life and using a company provided iPad for personal use, including storage of photos of the client’s partner.
The client faced losing her childcare education licence and possible imprisonment. Our representation resulted in the matter being finalised by way of a Good Behaviour Bond. The Department of Education placed the client on probation for a period. She was able to retain her Childcare Licence.
That result was achieved by preparing the case thoroughly. We paid careful attention to the client’s personal circumstances and the circumstances surrounding each allegation. We took the time to prepare our case in close connection with the client prior to the formal investigation meeting conducted by the Department of Education.
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