Qualification(s): LLB (Hons), BA
Naomi Hatcher is an Associate working in the class actions department at Maurice Blackburn’s Sydney office. She is currently working on the Colonial MySuper class action.
Naomi is a passionate and committed lawyer with a keen interest in social justice. She has excellent critical thinking and legal research skills which enable her to provide legal and strategic advice. Naomi works intelligently and efficiently to achieve the desired outcome for her clients.
“I have found the most rewarding part of my work is to give someone the courage to stand up in the future, and increase their access to the justice system," says Naomi.
“I am driven to tip the scale to give everyday Australians more of a chance to achieve a fair outcome.”
Naomi holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws with Honours. She was admitted to practice in 2015 and also has experience in employment and industrial law. Naomi previously volunteered at Caxton Legal Centre, helping to provide legal and social welfare services to low income and disadvantaged persons in need of relief from poverty, distress, misfortune, destitution and helplessness, and to educate such people in legal, social welfare and related matters.
Memberships & associations
- NSW Law Society member
- Maurice Blackburn Women’s Network