Christina Dawson


Christina (Chrissy) Dawson is an Associate working with partners Vin Goldrick and Barry Mullan.

She studied at Macquarie University where she completed her Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and Bachelor of Laws in 2003. 

She was admitted as a solicitor in July 2003 and mainly practices in the areas of Wills & Probate, Litigation and Family Law. 

Chrissy has experience in a wide range of Family Law matters and general litigation

She is based at our Sydney office and also attends other branch offices to interview clients.

Contact Details

Office:  Chatswood

Phone: +61 2  9267 7311


Graduated with Honours from Macquarie University in April 2003

Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and Bachelor of Laws

Graduated with a Diploma in Legal

Practice from College of Law in June 2003

Admitted as a Solicitor in July 2003

Solicitor of the High Court of Australia

Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales

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