Media centre


Maurice Blackburn media team

Our media team advises and supports Maurice Blackburn lawyers and clients during all forms of media engagement, including video and television appearances, radio, online and print media.

Jade Thompson
National Media Manager
(07) 3016 0396
0417 969 438

Paddy Murphy
Victorian Media Manager
(03) 8102 2003
0490 297 391

Kirsten Robb
Victorian Media Advisor
(03) 9045 6995
0406 555 704

Jacob O'Shaughnessy
Queensland Media Manager
(07) 3014 5070
0428 814 037 

Cate Kennedy
Queensland Media Advisor
(07) 3016 0319

Rebecca Nash
NSW, ACT, SA and WA Media Manager
(02) 8277 2630

Cameron Scott
Corporate Relationships Manager (Class Actions)
(Class actions media)
(03) 9605 2832
0400 876 466

Toni Wilson
General Manager of Marketing & Communications
(03) 9605 2700

Thursday 20 December 2018
Media statements
Claim brought against Commonwealth and detention centre operators for sexual assault of child on Nauru Leading social justice law firm Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has filed a claim against the Commonwealth government and detention centre operators on behalf of a child who was repeatedly assaulted on Nauru.
Practice Area: Abuse law
Tuesday 18 December 2018
Media statements
Flinders Ranges Traditional Owners take radioactive waste concerns to Australian Human Rights Commission Traditional Owners have lodged an Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) complaint alleging a fundamentally flawed process in the consideration of a site near Hawker as a proposed national radioactive waste facility.
Practice Area: Social justice
Friday 14 December 2018
Media statements
B+ rating for NSW in implementing key Royal Commission law reforms for abuse survivors Lawyers for abuse survivors have applauded New South Wales (NSW) on legal reforms to improve access to justice, saying a year on from the Royal Commission’s final report NSW had made strong progress in acting on many recommendations made by the Commission
Practice Area: Abuse law
Friday 14 December 2018
Media statements
ACT secures A rating in implementing key Royal Commission reforms for abuse survivors Lawyers for abuse survivors have today applauded the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) for taking strong action to implement key legal reforms in the 12 months since the abuse Royal Commission handed down its final report.
Practice Area: Abuse law
Friday 14 December 2018
Media statements
NT lagging on implementation of key Royal Commission recommendations for abuse survivors Lawyers for abuse survivors have called on the Northern Territory to prioritise legal reforms to improve access to justice, saying a year on from the Royal Commission’s final report the Territory had rated poorly against other states and territories in taking action on key recommendations made by the Commission.
Practice Area: Abuse law