People

Daniel Moulis

Daniel Moulis is the founder and principal of Moulis Legal. He has a varied practice which typifies the commercial + international philosophy of the firm.

Daniel pioneered the study and practice of international trade law in Australia by private lawyers outside the public sector and academia. He has practiced for three decades across the full spectrum of cross-border business and trade regulation. This has included advice and representation in cross-border contractual and commercial matters, customs law, WTO trade “rules” and other WTO disciplines, free trade agreements, international investment and arbitration.

According to legal ranking agency Who’s Who Legal, Daniel is one of the most highly regarded international trade lawyers in the world, and the only lawyer outside the EU and the US to be ranked in its “top ten”. He has been called upon by the WTO as a Dispute Settlement Body panellist on five occasions: in Egypt –Steel Rebar; United States – Upland Cotton; Japan – DRAMS (Korea); Canada – Renewable Energy/Feed in Tariff Program; and United States – Tax Incentives for Large Carrier Aircraft.

Daniel has served clients in their international trade affairs across many industries, including the agricultural, building products, chemical, energy, food processing, footwear, medical, mining, paper, steel and retail goods industries. He has been particularly active in the fields of anti-dumping, countervailing, safeguard measures, quarantine and intellectual property rights. He has advised clients in relation to assistance measures, tariff classification/valuation, concession orders, effective transaction structuring, contract documentation for export/import, “country of origin” and border security.

In his domestic-based practice, Daniel has had long experience in private sector investment, property development and ownership, major contracts, and the commercial interface between government and business. Career highlights have included his role as legal counsel for the US corporation responsible for the Maralinga nuclear test site clean-up, the redevelopment of the Belconnen and Woden town centres in Canberra, and securing international landing rights for foreign airlines. His government interface practice has extended to regulatory impacts on investment, procurement, and asset sales, and the exercise of contractual and administrative law rights against adverse government action.

Daniel graduated from the University of Sydney in 1983. He worked within the Federal Attorney-General’s Department in his early career before joining Freehills (now Herbert Smith Freehills). He was a solicitor and then a partner in the Canberra and Sydney offices of that firm for 21 years before establishing Moulis Legal in 2005.  Daniel is a director of Football Federation Australia. He has also served as company secretary of The Sixth Australian Masters Games; as Chair of the Trade and Customs Law Committee of the International Bar Association; as a seminar lecturer for the International Development Law Organisation;  as a director of the Johnny Warren Football Foundation; and as a member of the Disciplinary Tribunal of Football Federation Australia.

Shaun Creighton

Shaun Creighton is a Partner at Moulis Legal. He leads Moulis Legal’s intellectual property and government procurement practice.

Consistent with the commercial+international philosophy of the firm, Shaun has practiced for over a decade in assisting clients identify, protect and commercialise their valuable intellectual property rights in Australia and internationally.

He has acted for some of Australia’s best known brands across a number of industries including information communications and technology, biotechnology, broadcasting, health, sport and wine. His brand protection and commercialisation services have encompassed securing Australian and international trade mark rights (registration and defence), certification of trade marks and shape trade marks, and the drafting and negotiation of commercial and IP rights agreements. These include international distribution agreements, trade mark licences, content supply agreements, product supply agreements, sponsorship agreements, joint venture agreements and franchise agreements.

Shaun represents ICT companies in their B2B and B2C transactions. This includes end user licence agreements, teaming agreements such as re-seller agreements and strategic alliance arrangements, and consumer and privacy law compliance. For start-up ventures, he is experienced in drafting founder agreements, securing IP rights in one or more jurisdictions, drafting terms of supply, and advising on regulatory compliance.

Shaun has extensive government procurement experience and expertise, especially in the ICT area, having been Senior Legal Counsel at Airservices Australia for more than eight years. In that capacity Shaun has handled contracts for the supply, installation and maintenance of complex radar systems, telecommunications systems, software (including software as a service) and hardware. He has a strong working knowledge of the Commonwealth Procurement Rules which is critical for representing the public and private sectors alike in major government-related transactions.

Shaun also adds to the sports law, governance and administration credentials of Moulis Legal, and counts many national sporting organisations, professional sporting teams, athletes and organisers of sporting events amongst his list of valued clients. He has been in-house legal counsel with the Australian Sports Commission, Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Corporation and the Melbourne Stopover of the Volvo Ocean Race. Shaun is a former Director of Athletics Australia, the Canberra International Film Festival and the ACT Olympic Council. He was the President of the ACT Olympians Club from 2008 to 2012, has been a National Track & Field Selector since 2012, and is currently a Director of the Physical Activity Foundation.

Prior to studying law, Shaun was a professional track and field athlete. He competed for Australia in the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games and still holds the Australian 3,000m Steeplechase record. He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (2002), and has a Master of Laws in Intellectual Property (2008).

Outside of work, Shaun can be found trying to combine his interests in sport, events and wine, but not necessarily all at the same time.

Christopher Hewitt

Christopher leads Moulis Legal’s dispute resolution, petroleum and investment practices. He also manages and oversees our Brisbane office.

Christopher works extensively in domestic and international dispute management, negotiation and resolution. Christopher leads a dynamic and energetic dispute resolution team that advises businesses from across Australia, Asia and globally on a range of commercial and investment disputes. Christopher is highly regarded in various forms of international alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration of cross-border disputes.

He has acted for national and multinational businesses across a range of industries in complex disputes in courts and tribunals in Australia, across Asia and in southern Africa. Christopher advocates for clients in relation to various commercial issues, including competition and consumer protection, joint venturing, franchising and contracting, intellectual property protection, investment and trade protection, and challenges to regulators and government bodies.

A specific part of Christopher’s practice involves advising and representing Australian and international companies in relation to petroleum, energy and resources projects. This covers all project stages, from inception through to realisation, including investment, financing, exploration, commercialisation, production and trade, and dispute management. He represents both domestic and overseas companies, including investors and operators from China, South-East Asia and Africa. Christopher is particularly focused on the representation of businesses within the Australian and international downstream petroleum industry on a range of matters including sales, distribution, storage and terminaling, transport and international transactions.

Christopher also oversees advice to clients on in-bound investment, and on out-bound investment into China and elsewhere in Asia and Africa, in multiple business and industrial fields. Christopher’s knowledge and experience in cross-border dispute management is highly valuable to the risk planning and mitigation for investors in higher risk countries.

Christopher is a regular speaker at national and international commercial and legal conferences. He is an active member of the Asia-Pacific Forum for International Arbitration, LAWASIA, AMPLA – the Resources and Energy Law Association – and a former executive committee member of Australia China Business Council Queensland and the Dispute Resolution Committee of the ACT Law Society.

Christopher has travelled extensively for work and study. He has worked in legal and business roles throughout Australia, and internationally in Asia, Europe and southern Africa. Christopher has studied widely in law and business at the University of Sydney, University of Cambridge, East China University of Politics and Law and the University of Wollongong. Christopher is currently completing a Master of Business Administration at the University of Queensland.

Andrew Clark

Andrew Clark specialises in regulated and unregulated mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and corporate finance.

In line with Moulis Legal’s Commercial + International philosophy, Andrew has extensive experience advising on corporate and commercial transactions throughout the world.  Prior to joining Moulis Legal, Andrew was a partner in the London office of a leading international law firm and spent 9 years advising on transactions throughout Europe, Asia and the US.

Andrew advises clients across a range of industry sectors including media and technology, natural resources, real estate, life sciences, shipping and logistics, infrastructure and financial services and is ideally situated to support clients on all aspects of corporate/commercial transactions from assisting with initial investigations, to planning, implementing and execution.  Andrew is recognised by his clients for combining his technical expertise, responsiveness and commercial focus to deliver great results.

Andrew’s experience advising on mergers and acquisitions includes acting on transactions for clients ranging from global software companies and private equity and commodities houses through to smaller transactions for start-ups and family operated businesses.  He is expert at identifying areas of potential risk and developing creative solutions to ensure the best possible outcomes for his clients.

Another area of Andrew’s practice involves negotiating and advising on new and existing joint ventures and partnerships, complex commercial arrangements and service agreements.   Having acted on matters including contractual partnerships, shareholder agreements, transitional service agreements and bespoke profit sharing arrangements, Andrew understands the importance of finding the right balance between fostering the commercial objectives of the venture and ensuring legal protections for his client.

Examples of Andrew’s international experience includes advising state owned entities on various international joint ventures in Kazakhstan, advising funds managed by Invel Real Estate Partners on its €653 million purchase of a stake in National Bank of Greece’s property holding entity and its acquisition of the prestigious Aphrodite Hills Hotel & Golf Resort in Cyprus, advising AIM listed SPDI on the sale of its logistics business in the Ukraine and advising a UK business backed by FPE Capital and Nova Capital to acquire a China based optical coating capabilities business and then the on sale of the whole group.  The experience gained from working on transactions and with clients from around the world gives Andrew a unique insight into the cultural differences and jurisdictional anomalies that, if not taken into account, can often delay or frustrate an international transaction.

Andrew’s expertise is valuable for clients ranging from start-up enterprises through to larger corporates looking to expand through various funding arrangements or via national or international acquisitions.

In addition to his transactional practice, Andrew advises corporate clients on all aspects of company and securities law and corporate governance.

Andrew was named in the UK Thompson Reuters Super Lawyers, Rising Stars annual list in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Outside of work, he enjoys eating out, travelling and spending time with his young family and recently managed to amalgamate all three with a 7-week family “backpacking” trip through Vietnam and Cambodia.

Suzanne Moulis

As Moulis Legal’s Chief Executive, Suzanne creates the environment for our lawyers to meet their clients’ and various stakeholder needs and goals. Suzanne works with the senior legal staff to set the direction of the firm and ensure Moulis Legal’s team, culture and operations are all aligned to deliver quality work to our clients.

Suzanne develops Moulis Legal’s long-term strategy and annual business plans, manages its corporate governance and business performance and also manages Moulis Legal’s professional support staff. Suzanne ensures that Moulis Legal and its staff continue to develop and progress as a modern legal services business, delivering legal services at the highest level, on a personal basis, and with understanding and commitment.

Suzanne is an experienced management professional who is well-attuned to the market and commercial issues that impact on the water, energy and resources, environment, property and construction, and transportation industries, locally and globally. Prior to joining Moulis Legal, Suzanne was a member of the local leadership team of a global professional services consulting firm, with responsibility for maintaining and increasing annual revenues.

Suzanne holds an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management, is a Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects and a University of Canberra Medallist. She is also a registered landscape architect, chair of the Property Council of Australia’s ACT Diversity Committee, a panellist on a number of Sydney design review panels for large residential and commercial developments, and mum to an energetic seven-year-old.

Outside of work Suzanne enjoys fitness, friendships and family.

Charles Zhan

Charles Zhan is a Senior Associate with Moulis Legal. He performs a key role in Moulis Legal’s International Law practices, with focus on trade defence, and cross-border transactions. Charles has dual Chinese and Australian legal qualifications and he is regularly the Moulis Legal primary contact for international trade law matters.

Charles has represented major international companies operating in a range of industries, including in the agrichemical, aluminium, automobile, electrical, energy, engineering, glass, paper and steel sectors. He has hands-on experience in representing clients across various Asian and European countries, including acting on behalf of foreign governments in their trade law and policy relationship with Australia.

Charles has assisted clients in a variety of trade defence matters. These include anti-dumping and countervailing investigations and appeals, customs compliance, competition law, cross-border trade dispute, matters involving international investment, commercial transactions, and commercial and judicial review litigation. Charles’ outstanding analytical and problem solving skills, strong commercial acumen, strategic thinking, and cross-cultural understanding allow him to provide top quality and highly regarded advice to our clients.

Although spending most of his time on cross-border matters, and as a dedicated flag-carrier of our fly-in-fly-out approach towards advising our international clients, Charles also contributes to Moulis Legal’s purely domestic commercial law practice, mainly in the areas of competition law, property and litigation.

Charles was born in Beijing and studied at the Shanghai Maritime University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Law majoring in Maritime Law. After graduation, he then gained different experiences in Beijing, from a commercial law firm, maritime arbitration tribunal, to drafting logistic plans for large aircrafts for a Russian international cargo airline company. He then moved to Australia, and was awarded with a Juris Doctor and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice by the Australian National University, before being admitted as Solicitor and Barrister to the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory. Naturally, Charles communicates in both Mandarin and English, at the highest business and technical level.

Charles has been actively engaging with the business and legal communities through his regular participation at various local and internationally focused business council events, and has hosted seminars regarding Australia-China business development, and cross-border trade and investment issues.

Outside of work, Charles passionately does more work (whilst also finding time to enjoy with family, good food, gardening, music, and (non-work related) travels).

Alistair Bridges

Alistair is an Associate with Moulis Legal and is a key member of the firm’s International Trade Practice as well as the manager of Moulis Legal’s Melbourne Office.

Alistair has over five-years post admission experience, in which time he has worked for a broad range of clients, including retailers, importers, exporters, manufacturers and some of the biggest and best-known companies in the world. He is a key resource for our clients in the handling of major trade, commercial, cross-border matters, and trade-related Federal Court litigation.

Alistair has significant experience in international trade law matters, including Anti-Dumping and Countervailing investigations, Safeguards investigations, customs valuations and classifications, sanctions compliance, complex domestic and cross-border commercial transactions and judicial review litigation. His strong skills in research, legislative interpretation, development of legal argumentation and strategy, legal drafting and his thorough understanding of the commercial, societal and political context in which his clients operate, allow him to provide thorough and nuanced representation and advice.

In recognition of his experience, Alistair has been listed as an “Associate to Watch” in the International Law/WTO arena by Chambers & Partners in 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017, and was noted as one of 21 outstanding young lawyers by the Australian newspaper in early 2016. He is listed as a leading export control and sanctions expert by the Journal of Export Controls and Sanctions and is a member of the ACT Law Society’s International Lawyers Committee.

Alistair has a Masters Degree (with merit) in Laws, specialising in international law and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (with merit) both from the Australian National University, and a Bachelor of Economics (majoring in economic analysis) and a Bachelor Degree in Law (with Honours) from the University of Tasmania. He is admitted to the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory.

In the gap between graduation from the University of Tasmania and commencing at Moulis Legal, Alistair completed the completed the Australian Tax Office’s graduate program, where he received a great deal of technical experience in tax affairs, and the workings of government. He was exposed to both the policy side of the agency’s responsibilities and the legal implementation of those policies. Most notably, he worked in the team responsible for the agency’s input into and implementation of the Future Tax System Review.

During his time at the University of Tasmania, Alistair held the office of Careers and Social Justice Officer for the Tasmanian University Law Society and Australian Legal Education Forum Co-ordinator for the Australian Law Student Association Committee. In between these commitments he also acted as a freelance writer and radio host for Edge Radio.

In his free time Alistair enjoys reading, going to concerts and Scotch. He appreciates, and makes, a good coffee. One day, soon, he will learn to play the guitar.

Lisa Eldridge

Lisa Eldridge is a Senior Lawyer at Moulis Legal. Lisa’s primary expertise is in relation to commercial property related transactions and dispute resolution.

Lisa’s experience in dispute resolution assists clients in commercial property transactions and vice versa. An understanding of issues which may lead to a dispute assists when drafting or negotiating property and related commercial documents. Having experience in what typically goes wrong limits the risk of history repeating itself. On the flip side, experience in how to structure arrangements or specific contract drafting provisions can assisting in avoiding disputes or mitigating risks. When acting in a commercial dispute, Lisa’s property and contract drafting experience assists in identifying and understanding the nature and basis of the dispute.

Having worked as a lawyer at Moulis Legal for more than 5 years, Lisa has acted for a wide variety of organisations in Australia and overseas across a range of industries including commercial property ownership and leasing, retail, finance, property development, electrical products, plastics, scuba diving/tourism, wine, embassies and environmental organisations.

As a property lawyer, Lisa has assisted clients negotiate and prepare their leasing agreements (both commercial and industrial leases) in the ACT, NSW and QLD, purchase and sell real property including assisting in due diligence and contract negotiations in the ACT, NSW and QLD, sell their business, create new businesses including preparing the governing documents, prepare and lodge development applications including Crown lease variations, prepare objections to development applications, and prepare contracts and ownership agreements.

As a dispute resolution lawyer, Lisa has assisted clients across a range of commercial and property disputes including breaches of contract, Australian Consumer Law disputes such as claims for misleading and deceptive conduct and unconscionable conduct, debt recovery, negligence, planning and development matters, lease variation charge appeals, breaches of company law legislation, and defamation. Prior to joining Moulis Legal, Lisa also represented finance industry clients in their litigation matters. Lisa has appeared in matters in a range of jurisdictions including the NSW Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, the ACT Supreme Court, the ACT Magistrates Court, the NSW District Court, the Federal Court, and the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

Lisa is the chair of Moulis Legal’s Pro Bono initiative, and a member of the ACT Law Society Pro Bono Clearing House Assessment Panel. Lisa is a firm believer in providing access to justice for those who are either in a difficult financial situation, are working to assist those in a difficult financial situation, or not-for-profit organisations who are working to improve society.

Lisa’s focus for her clients, whether property, business or dispute resolution, is identifying pragmatic commercial outcomes. Lisa is aware that clients will not always get the best outcome just because the law agrees with them. In undertaking property or dispute resolution matters, Lisa strives to assist clients to identify their ideal outcomes, and work together with a view to achieving that outcome.

Lisa graduated from the University of Wollongong with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing). She holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law, is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW and is entered on the High Court of Australia’s Register of Practitioners.

Ann Jovanovic

Ann Jovanovic is a Senior Lawyer at Moulis Legal. She works in the commercial projects, property and resources areas.

Ann has practiced for several years helping clients in a variety of commercial and property transactions, some of which have been in the resources sector. In line with the firm’s approach to the delivery of legal services, Ann seeks to provide high quality legal advice by understanding risk and industry familiarity, and provides targeted advice to her clients with an appreciation of the commercial imperatives driving each transaction.

She has acted for a wide range of clients in different industries, including upstream oil and gas, downstream petroleum, mining and coal, engineering, retail pharmacy, and commercial property. Ann has strong experience and expertise in various commercial and property transactions based on her past roles, which have included working in-house at an international LNG company and a leading Australian law firm, practising in the areas of corporate advisory and energy and resources.

Ann has represented clients in commercial and property matters, ranging from land tenure for natural gas infrastructure to corporate restructures for tax-driven purposes, legal due diligence, commercial and retail leasing, and management and acquisition of tenure to support gas transmission and distribution assets.

At Moulis Legal, Ann has been involved in a number of commercial and property matters for clients in the downstream petroleum industry, steel reinforcement, and commercial property investment. This includes the sale and acquisition of downstream petroleum assets, a corporate restructure of a downstream petroleum group of companies, commercial leasing for high-rise commercial property, and advocacy work for a steel reinforcement supplier. A particular focus of Ann’s practice has been on advisory work for downstream petroleum assets in relation to environmental and contamination liability, risk management, sales and acquisitions, distributions, and storage and terminaling.

Ann graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Laws, and holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. Ann is also an active member of AMPLA – the Resources and Energy Law Association and is participating in the Property Council of Australia’s “100 Women in Property” 2016 program which supports her passion for promoting diversity in the property industry and legal profession.

Beyond work, Ann proudly supports community and volunteer causes in the areas of animal welfare, poverty alleviation, and women’s health.

Emily Murphy

Emily Murphy is a senior lawyer in Moulis Legal’s dispute resolution team.

Based in Moulis Legal’s Brisbane office, Emily works with domestic and international clients to manage and resolve their disputes commercially and efficiently.

Emily has assisted clients in a range of dispute matters including complex contractual litigation, corporate and shareholder disputes, cross-border intellectual property infringements as well as competition law issues. Emily also has experience in seeking judicial review of decisions made by Customs and other trade law bodies and works closely with Moulis Legal’s international trade team in these reviews.

Emily advises and represents clients from a variety of industries at all stages of a dispute, from providing initial advice on potential claims and prospects of success, through to issuing Court proceedings and appearing at trial. Having been involved in legal proceedings in multiple Australian jurisdictions, including the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of Victoria, Emily has extensive knowledge of the rules, practices and procedures of each Court which she uses to her client’s advantage in negotiating and resolving disputes.

Emily also assists clients in responding to and managing regulatory matters including inquiries from government departments and investigations by regulatory authorities. This includes reviewing and responding to demands and infringement notices already issued, or liaising with and advocating for clients in response to an inquiry or investigation. Emily’s experience in dealing with regulators also includes representing clients in public merger reviews conducted by the ACCC.

Beyond the courtroom, Emily’s clients appreciate her ability to understand and learn about their business and take into consideration their commercial goals when resolving a dispute. This commercial awareness reflects Emily’s strengths in strategically analysing the direction of a matter, assessing prospects of success and identifying commercial opportunities in the resolution of a dispute.

Emily graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of International Business and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and has a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. During 2016, Emily undertook a study tour in China with the Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne, spending time in Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai to further develop her understanding of Chinese language, culture and business practices. Emily is currently the Chairperson of the College of Law Alumni Association Queensland Chapter, and is actively involved with LAWASIA and the Queensland Law Society.

Alexandra Geelan

Alexandra Geelan is a lawyer with expertise across dispute resolution, property, environmental, intellectual property (IP) and commercial law.

Based in the Moulis Legal Brisbane office, Alexandra regularly assists commercial clients with a range of start-up legal services such providing business structure advice, drafting standard terms and conditions, protection of intellectual property and drafting or negotiating commercial / retail leases. Alexandra also provides services in relation to dispute resolution, ranging from IP infringement to insolvency.

Consistent with the commercial+international philosophy of Moulis Legal, Alexandra provides clients with domestic and international investment advice and services.

Alexandra has developed specialised knowledge of the legal frameworks related to contaminated land throughout Australia. A specific part of her practice involves advising the downstream petroleum industry of their obligations and responsibilities for complying with contaminated land regulations, as well as advising on transferring risk and liability for land contamination in commercial transactions.

Outside of work, Alexandra volunteers with the Animal Law Institute and spends her time running around after her two fur-babies, Buffy and Sam.

Macky Markar

Macky Markar is a lawyer in the Moulis Legal international trade team.

Macky has spent time in the Moulis Legal Brisbane office and currently works from the Canberra office. He works with international and domestic clients involved in international trade and commercial matters. Having started at Moulis Legal as a paralegal, Macky has worked extensively across practices areas assisting in a broad array of legal issues with a particular focus on international trade, international investment and commercial transactions.

Having travelled significantly, and lived in multiple countries, including China and Sri Lanka, Macky has a strong interest in international issues providing a unique outlook on cross border matters. His experience living in China has complemented Moulis Legal’s China practice and has seen him present in person and via podcast on Chinese investment topics for Moulis Legal.

Macky undertakes the research and analysis which underpins advice to clients and keeps the team aware of ongoing issues, allowing senior team members to focus on providing high value to clients by focusing on the complexities of a matter.

Macky completed a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Commerce in Finance from the University of Queensland. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from The College of Law.

Macky doesn’t like cricket. He loves it. He also likes to travel.

Benjamin Duff

Benjamin Duff is a paralegal based in our Canberra office.  He is currently studying a Bachelor of Law and International Studies (with honours) at the University of Canberra and is due to finish this year.  Ben works closely with the principal partner, partners and senior lawyers to provide invaluable research information on current matters across all practice areas.

Ben has had an article published in the Canberra Law Review and is working on his honours thesis on the topic of Australia’s regulation of “e” platforms. Ben’s future aspiration is to specialise in intellectual property law.

Ben spends most of his spare time studying but does enjoy getting outside for a run and playing video games.

Fiona Evans

Fiona is Moulis Legal’s Finance Manager, based in our Canberra office. Fiona uses her years of accounting experience to streamline the financial operations of Moulis Legal and ensure they continue to evolve as the firm grows.  She thrives on challenges and enjoys working as part of a great team.

Fiona doesn’t do things by halves, with a busy family, horses, dogs, and building a new home filling all her spare time.

Cate Evenden

Cate is Moulis Legal’s Human Resources and Office Manager, based in our Canberra office . She has a strong background in executive assistance and human resources and has recently relocated from Melbourne with her family.

Cate runs the Canberra office efficiently, looking after IT, information management, training and many other forgotten but imperative administrative tasks. And chances are when you ring the Canberra office it is Cate that will greet you on the other end of the line. She recently completed a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Information Management and uses the skills she has gained to improve practices within the firm.

Outside of work, Cate enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running and reading.

Alexandra Lowson

Alexandra (Al) is Moulis Legal’s Administration and Marketing Officer, based in our Brisbane office.

Al has strong administration and organisational skills gained across a variety of industries including aluminium, architecture, legal, and facilities management. Prior to joining Moulis Legal, Al worked in several countries including Zimbabwe, England and New Zealand.

Al implements business development and marketing initiatives, ensures the visual and design quality of our work and is the first point of contact for marketing and business development enquiries. Al manages our website, is a skilled photographer and has advanced skills in Photoshop and InDesign.

Outside of work, Alexandra enjoys running and triathlons and spending time with family.

Chloe MacKenzie

Chloe assists in the production of AV materials and advises the Diversity Dialogue podcast team at Moulis Legal.

Chloe is a podcaster, photographer, artist, writer and part-time IT support. She likes to find herself in situations that are broadening her knowledge and challenging her in new ways. Completing her Media Arts degree at UNSW Art & Design in 2016 and currently studying a Graduate Diploma in Radio at The Australian Film, Television and Radio School, she studies in a way that leads her to rich experiences. These career choices have all stemmed from Chloe’s passion for storytelling. Chloe has recently been given the opportunity to assist with the production of the Moulis Legal Diversity Dialogue podcast series, in support of the Property Council Awards.

When she’s not studying or working she is seeing live music, attending gallery openings or finding quirky events around Sydney, such as no lights no lycra.