Alexandra Jarrett

Solicitor

Alexandra is a lawyer in the employment and industrial relations, and criminal law team in Brisbane. She graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Business (Public Relations). Alexandra was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2021 and to the High Court of Australia in 2022.

After graduating, Alexandra spent over 18 months as an Associate to the Honourable Justice Collier in the Federal Court of Australia. During her time at the Court, she gained a wide range of experience across different national practice areas, including native title, administrative and constitutional law and human rights, and employment and industrial relations. Her time at the Court confirmed her passion and interest in employment and industrial relations.

Alexandra regularly appears in the various Magistrate Courts across South-East Queensland, advocating for clients in mentions and sentencing hearings for matters including driving and domestic violence offences. She also regularly appears in the Fair Work Commission for unfair dismissal matters.

Alexandra is a member of the Queensland Law Society and the Industrial Relations Society of Queensland.

Outside work, Alexandra enjoys spending time with family and friends, keeping active and cooking.

Reviews for Hall Payne Brisbane

09 Jul 2024  Google Sharon C

Leanne recently helped me settle a matter I would never have been able to deal with on my own, due to multiple medical conditions. She was professional, gentle, helpful, supportive and explained the process clearly. The time frame was realistic and was actually over more quickly than expected.

I would recommend their services highly.

16 May 2024  Google Kelvin Z

I cannot recommend Hall Payne Lawyers highly enough.

Throughout my case, Alexandra was incredibly responsive, always available to answer my questions and provide updates. She took the time to explain complex legal concepts in a way that was easy to understand, ensuring I felt comfortable and informed every step of the way.

Alexandra’s professionalism, attention to detail, and strategic thinking were key in achieving a favorable outcome for my case.

15 May 2024  Google Sepulona

Ellie and her team at Hall Payne Lawyers were an absolute lifeline during a challenging legal process. From the moment they started working, I felt understood and supported.

Ellie's sensitivity to my feelings made all the difference as she guided me through every step of the journey.

Hall Payne Lawyers expertise and dedication ensured that I felt empowered and informed throughout. I can't thank Ellie and her team enough for their professionalism, empathy, and unwavering support.

01 May 2024  Google Telisa L

I was referred to by a friend and I don’t regret it, thanks for help and work that your team out in!

21 Mar 2024  Google William G

Very highly recommend !

Jaclyn Green and Cale Fryer were very understanding and supportive. They showed empathy and compassion and I felt very comfortable opening up to them about my case and how I was feeling at different stages throughout my case.

Cale was very personal and I knew that he genuinely cared about my health first and foremost. Very professional approach to my case and very reassuring. After every conversation I had with Cale I felt more and more confident that my case was going to have a good outcome which in the end it did.

I have told many people about my experience and the satisfaction I felt at the end of my case after working with the team at Hall Payne Lawyers. I highly recommend the professional team at Hall Payne Lawyers.

20 Mar 2024  Google Janenne B

Leanne Taylor was of great assistance and instrumental in the successful sponsorship and employment of our newest team member.

I highly recommend Leanne for guidance and assistance during this process and will utilise her services should we pursue sponsorship of future employees.

19 Mar 2024  Google Matt L

Kris Birch and Luke Forsyth, and all of the team at Hall Payne helped me navigate a very difficult matter in a capable and compassionate way. I am very grateful for their expertise and care resulting in an excellent outcome.

01 Mar 2024  Google Kylie B

We had a very pleasing experience with Cale from Hall Payne Lawyers. Going through a personal injury matter is stressful but I always felt confident with Hall Payne. They were extremely informative, supportive and reassured us when we needed it.

Over all I highly recommend them for any matter. Thankyou Cale and Jaclyn

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Recent Blogs by Alexandra

Bail applications in Queensland

Bail applications in Queensland

If charged with a criminal offence in Queensland, prior to your matter going to trial you may seek bail. Bail is a promise, or an undertaking, that you will return to court on a set date and abide by certain conditions. Read more about applications, conditions that may be set, variations and breaches.

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Benefits of contemporaneous notes in legal proceedings

Benefits of contemporaneous notes in legal proceedings

If you’re in a dispute that may end up in legal proceedings, contemporaneous file notes can be used as documentary evidence to corroborate direct oral evidence of a fact. They can be extremely useful in a variety of different situations, including disciplinary, bullying or discrimination issues in the workplace.

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Court ordered and police drug diversion in Queensland

Drug diversion in Queensland

In criminal law matters in Queensland, there are two drug types of drug diversion. One is court ordered drug diversion and the other is police drug diversion. We explore the differences between the two.

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Coercive control law changes in Queensland

Coercive control law changes in Queensland

There has been a growing recognition of the need to expand the legal framework for domestic violence beyond physical violence to include the complex dynamics of power and coercive control. The introduction of new legislation in Queensland to criminalise coercive control, is a step forward in addressing domestic violence.

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