Although new to Albany, Cally has always lived in regional areas & considers herself a lifelong regional WA supporter.
Working in law and forensic accounting since 2017, Cally now practices in criminal law, dispute resolution, wills and estates, employment law, equine law, civil litigation and has a passion for family law, particularly complex parenting and property matters.
Prior to becoming a Solicitor, Cally operated a business specialising in legal trust accounting. During this time Cally established herself as a leading legal trust accounting expert with advanced forensic capabilities. Cally presented legal trust accounting CPD for the ACT Law Society and CPD for Me and was frequently sought after to assist with forensic trust accounting investigations.
Cally obtained her Bachelor & Master of Laws from the University of New England, her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law and is currently studying towards her Master of Professional Accounting at the University of New England.
Cally is on both The Law Society of NSW 2020 Costs Committee and the Rural Issues Committee and is a passionate advocate for rural and regional Australia.
Having ridden horses throughout her whole life, Cally has a true passion for equestrian pursuits, writes the Equine Law column for the Australian Stock Horse Journal, is currently a trainee dressage judge for Dressage WA (DWA) Equestrian Western Australia (EWA) and is also the Honorary Solicitor to The Star Club Equestrian Program.