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.
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Our solicitor Lisa Riley assisted a 37-year-old client seeking to suspend the enforcement of a judgment against her.
The client had had a judgment for $20,000 plus $14,000 interest entered against her in respect of a business loan she had received from her ex-partner. The court had initially refused her application for a suspension order as it was not satisfied that she was suffering financial hardship.
Ms Riley convinced the court to adjourn the matter to allow the client time to gather more evidence of her financial situation. The matter is back in court in August.