Kirra Smith

"I began working at Braye Cragg as a law clerk in my fourth year of university and completed my placement here. I'm now admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of NSW and on the High Court of Australia Register of Practitioners.

My role spans criminal, family and civil law. I work closely with clients to draft court documents, brief counsel, and appear in both the Criminal and Family Courts.

I'd describe myself as driven, quick-thinking, approachable and fun. I'm also attentive and a great communicator. My clients appreciate my people-centred approach and ability to broach hard topics with respect and care.

"I’m passionate about using my education to support and assist others. I love advocacy and have always enjoyed helping people promptly solve problems.

In my free time, you’ll find me camping, travelling, and spending time with my friends.”

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Kirra can help with

Criminal Law – Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders (ADVO) and Apprehended Personal Violence Orders (APVO)
Criminal Law – traffic offences 
Criminal Law – drug-related offences 
Criminal Law – drink driving offences
Criminal Law – bail applications 
Criminal Law – assault and sexual assault offences
Family Law – property matters 
Family Law – parenting matters 
Family Law – alternative dispute resolution 
Family Law – litigation and advocacy
Debt Recovery – negotiation and litigation

Kirra's professional qualifications

Bachelor of Laws (Honours Class I)
Bachelor of Arts
Diploma of Legal Practice
Admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales (2023)
Admitted as a Solicitor in the High Court of Australia (2023)

Kirra's affiliations

Hunter Valley Family Law Practitioners Association (HVFLPA)
The Law Society of New South Wales
The Newcastle Law Society 
Hunter Young Professionals 
NSW Regional Women Lawyers

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