“The practice of law is one of the best ways to elevate your efforts in contributing back to the community. While we often find ourselves facilitating transactions and disputed matters from a business-only point of view, the additional people skills become an essential element to achieving complete client satisfaction in widest sense.”
Noeme Evans has been with the legal industry for approximately 10 years. Prior to her admission to the legal profession, she undertook jobs in the hospitality and entertainment sectors and developed a very commercial understanding of every transaction from the outset of her working life.
Noeme spent 3 years in the Japanese jurisdiction, having had the opportunity to work for a top tier corporate law firm in Tokyo. She brings with her a more worldly perspective in respect of the larger picture of transactions not only in the domestic world of Australia but also internationally. As her skills and experience stretch over many fields of practice, she is able to capture peripheral issues that those in niche fields may not register. She has the backing of commercial litigation and property development law from her early years in the industry making her approach to corporate and commercial transaction work overall, cautious and meticulous.
Noeme received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Queensland, her Bachelor of Law from Griffith University, and her Practical Legal Training qualification from Bond University. She was admitted as a solicitor in 2011. Throughout her working life, she has engaged in a number of community activities which have supported the further and extra-curricular education of Australian youth with her most notable community efforts being with the Australian Air Force Cadets, and the creative arts and pop culture event organisations.