Practice area(s): Class actions
Location(s): Sydney
Qualification(s): LLB

Jessica Naimo is a Senior Associate in Maurice Blackburn’s class actions department in Sydney. She holds a Bachelor of Laws and has more than a decade of experience in litigation specialising in representing vulnerable groups in society, with a focus on consumer law. Jessica is currently working on the Cash Converters Queensland class action.

Jessica is an approachable and professional lawyer who is passionate about fighting for the rights of people who have suffered from the wrongdoing of others. She is particularly skilled in negotiation, litigation and mediation. Her background includes financial and credit regulation from a consumer perspective, Indigenous consumer issues, legal analysis and enforcement, and surveillance. Jessica joined Maurice Blackburn in 2016, after working for the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC), two other Sydney law firms, and the City of Sydney.

Jessica’s major litigation wins include:

  • many successful land claim appeals on behalf of Aboriginal Land Councils in the Land and Environment Court NSW and Court of Appeal NSW
  • successful multi-party negotiations involving local and state government departments
  • issuing penalty infringements to companies for breaches of consumer laws
  • successful civil proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia regarding misconduct by companies providing financial products to vulnerable consumers, and
  • registration of several native title claims over traditional land and sea in the Torres Straits and negotiation of agreements in respect of those claims.

Jessica joined our class actions team because she is passionate about achieving justice for everyday Australians.

“I have a desire to ensure corporations abide by the law. I enjoy achieving tangible outcomes for people affected by corporate wrongdoing,” says Jessica.

“My varied legal background enables me to comprehensively represent my clients, because I bring experience to the table from regulatory environments as well as private practice. “

“I am driven by the many and varied clients and groups I have acted for, and an inherent sense that fairness should not be bought, but fought for.”

Jessica also places a high value on physical and mental health, and has been an accredited yoga teacher since 2013.

Jessica is currently on parental leave.

Memberships & accreditations

  • Law Society of NSW member
  • Maurice Blackburn Women's Network NSW member
  • Young Lawyers Environmental Law and Human Rights Committee previous member