Lisa Riley holds a Bachelor of Laws from Murdoch University and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. She was admitted in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2018. She also holds a Graduate Diploma in Counselling with advanced majors in Addiction and Effective Parenting from the Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors.
During law school, Lisa wrote a parliamentary submission on Domestic Violence and received a personal response from the Premier, commending her on her willingness to advocate for vulnerable people.
Lisa has experience in Personal Injury law, Workers Compensation, Will, Estates and Trusts and also has a keen interest in Mediation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution.
Outside of work, Lisa enjoys fishing, camping and outdoor sports.
Accreditations & Memberships
Our solicitor Lisa Riley assisted a client to rectify administrative errors in his South Australia National Police Clearance.
The client had a Spent Conviction from 1991, which was listed on his recent South Australia National Police Clearance.
Ms Riley liaised with both the South Australian Police and the Western Australia Police and negotiated to have the offence removed from his recent Police Clearance. A new National Police Clearance was sent directly to the client by the SA Police last week.
Our solicitor Lisa Riley represented a client in the Joondalup Magistrates Court on a drug cultivation charge.
Ms Riley was successful in obtaining a Spent Conviction Order and a minimal fine for the client.
On 14 January 2020, our solicitor Lisa Riley represented a client in an Extraordinary Driving Licence Application Hearing at the Perth Magistrates Court. The client was granted his Extraordinary Driving Licence with minimal conditions attached to the Licence.
Our solicitor Lisa Riley assisted a client charged with five traffic offences.
Ms Riley managed to negotiate with WA Police Prosecution to have three of the five charges discontinued.
Ms Riley then appeared for the client at Manduarah Magistrates Court and made an application for costs. A costs order was made in favour of the client for the sum of $1,500.00.
Our solicitor Lisa Riley assisted a client in a Dividing Fences dispute.
The other party sought that our client pay 100% of the costs of a new fence as well as his legal costs for bringing the application.
The matter was listed in Rockingham Magistrates Court but Ms Riley was able to mediate a resolution to the dispute prior to the court appearance. The agreement was then able to be put into Consent Orders on the same day, with no further legal action required.
The agreement reached was that each party pay their own legal costs and the client pay the other party 50% of the costs for the new dividing fence within six months of the order being made.