LLB(Hons) BJUS GradDip LP
Aahana is based in our Gold Coast Office and works closely with our team in the Sydney Office.
As a young professional Aahana is committed to working together with clients to ensure they achieve the best possible results. Amongst other strengths, Aahana is personable, astute, proactive, has attention to detail, and maintains an open line of communication with her clients.
Aahana completed a Bachelor Degree in Law and a Bachelor Degree of Justice (Criminology) at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane graduating with Honours. She completed her Professional Legal Training at Bond University and subsequently undertook her placement with Adams Wilson Lawyers.
Aahana is a practicing solicitor of both the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia.
Aahana's Legal Experience:
- Advising Employers in relation to all areas of employment law including:
- Performance Management and Disciplinary matters relating to Employees
- Workplace Health and Safety
- Drafting of Employment Contracts and Workplace Policies & Procedures
- Compliance with Modern Awards and Enterprise Agreements
- Advising Employees in relation to:
- Disciplinary matters
- Workplace Bullying & Harassment
- Unfair Dismissals
- Adverse Action claims
- Unpaid Wages matters
- Acting on behalf of both Employees and Employers in the Fair Work Commission in relation to Unfair Dismissals, Workplace Bullying and General Protections matters.
- Acting on behalf of Employees in the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission in relation to Applications for Reinstatement and Industrial Disputes.
- Acting in the Federal Circuit Court for both Applicants and Respondents in regards to Unpaid Wages and General Protections Claims.
- Acting in the Federal Court for both Applicants and Respondents in relation to Restraint of Trade, Breach of Contract and General Commercial and Corporations’ matters.
- Acting in the Supreme Court of Queensland in relation to Breach of Contract, Breach of Confidentiality, Restraint of Trade and Oppressive Conduct Proceedings.