Sophie brings enthusiasm, collaboration and intellectual rigour to her client representations. She has a keen appreciation for complex problem-solving and continually works to provide innovative solutions and valuable advice to clients.
Sophie brings over 20 years of experience specialising in technology, intellectual property and privacy law. She offers her clients market-leading expertise in strategic technology procurement and digital transformation projects, commercialisation of intellectual property rights, data-driven transactions and on all aspects of privacy and cyber security matters. Her expertise is grounded on domestic and international experience across various sectors, including aviation, government, health, energy and resources, financial services, education, tourism and the arts.
Sophie co-chairs the International Association of Privacy Professionals KnowledgeNet for Brisbane and Gold Coast and is a member of the Queensland Law Society’s Privacy and Data Committee.
Before joining Hamilton Locke, she worked at Clayton Utz.