Zoe was admitted as a Lawyer in April 2015. She holds a Bachelor of Arts specializing in Sociology and Marketing from Griffith University, a Bachelor of Laws from the Queensland University of Technology, a Graduate Certificate in Social Science Research from the University of Queensland, and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the Queensland University of Technology.
She is also a sessional lecturer in the Bachelor of Business at Christian Heritage College, teaching “The Law of Corporations”. Her unit covers the basics of Corporations Law including the Process of Incorporation, Corporate Governance & Directors Duties and Management & Insolvency.
Before joining the team at Corney & Lind Zoe spent many years working with children and young people in various capacities, worked in marketing, events, fundraising and corporate sponsorship and worked for a number of years as a barristers assistant in the Inns of Court.
Zoe is passionate about equipping people with the right information to make timely, well informed decisions and facilitating a positive experience with the legal profession.
Her areas of interest are:
- Criminal Law
- Traffic Law
- Debt recovery
Zoe is a member of the Family Law Practitioners Association.
Recent presentations & papers:
- Your guide to Demerit Points in Queensland
- Cannabis Souvenirs and Medicinal Oil – Marijuana and its Legality in Queensland
- Medicinal Marijuana has been Legalised in Australia – But only a little
- Does the Court Need to be Involved in Our Parenting Plan?
- Holding Them Accountable – Publishing details of Domestic Violence proceedings
- Proving service of my Divorce Application
- Disclosure Obligations and Failure to Disclose
- De facto or Simply Close Friends
- Dangerous Driving
- Non-Parent Child Support Assessment 101
- Case note: Consequences of a Breach of Natural Justice – McCleverty v Australian Karting Assoc Ltd  QSC 323
- Protecting your Family from Violent Spouse
- Case Note: The Study and Prevention of Psychological Diseases Foundation (SPED) v Commissioner of Taxation  FCA 1117
- School Law Conference Paper: Dealing With Sexual Abuse Issues
- Sex Discrimination – Behaviour vs Orientation
- Adopting a step-child in Queensland