Fiona JenkinsFiona Jenkins


BA(Hons);LLB(Hons) (Monash)
Admitted to Practice (2007)


Criminal law
Traffic Law
Civil and Commercial litigation


Admitted to practice in 2007, Fiona completed her articled clerkship at a mid-tier commercial firm. She then spent 4 years working in commercial litigation where she acted for individuals and companies in all jurisdictions including contract disputes, professional negligence claims, residential and retail tenancy disputes, insolvency and bankruptcy matters, intellectual property litigation and regulatory investigations.

Fiona was then Associate to Her Honour Judge Gaynor of the County Court of Victoria, sitting in the criminal division of the Court, for approximately 18 months before joining the firm

Fiona has a particular interest in fraud-related and ‘white-collar’ crime cases and has acted for a number clients charged by the Australian Federal Police and ASIC. Fiona has also represented organizations and individuals who have been the victim of frauds to recover misappropriated monies, including extensive experience in ex parte applications to the Supreme Court for Search and Freezing Orders.

Fiona regularly appears on behalf of her clients in the Magistrates’ and County Courts.


Fiona is a Member of the Law Institute of Victoria Criminal Law and Young Lawyers Sections. Whilst at University, Fiona was awarded a scholarship from the Japanese Ministry of Education for academic excellence.



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