Bridie was called to the Bar in 2006, having enjoyed a successful academic career in International Political Economy at the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales. She currently lectures in Advocacy, Planning Law and Administrative Law at the Australian College of Law and in Legal Professional Responsibility at the University of Sydney.
Bridie has broad expertise in public administrative law, banking and finance, corporations law, contractual disputes, equity, trusts, consumer law, professional negligence, insurance, construction litigation, and family law and crime. She appears at both trial and appellate level, and in administrative tribunals and commissions of inquiry. She also practises in domestic and international commercial arbitration, is an accredited arbitrator, Fellow of CIArb, Fellow of ACICA and a NSW District Court approved arbitrator.
Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration and Award Writing, International Arbitration, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Master of Laws, Maritime Law, University of London
Admitted as a Barrister
Admitted as a Solicitor
Bachelor of Laws, Honours, University of New South Wales
Doctor of Philosophy, Economics, University of Sydney
Masters in International Studies, Honours Class 1, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Arts, University of Sydney
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Building and construction
Equity and trusts
Inquests and inquiries
Insolvency and bankruptcy
Public / Administrative law