Charlotte Clark

Solicitor

Charlotte studied law and international studies at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Charlotte commenced employment with Hall Payne in March 2020. She was admitted as a solicitor in November 2019 and now practises in Hall Payne’s Employment and Industrial Law department.

Before joining our team, Charlotte worked in the Trade Union movement first as an Organiser and then as an Industrial Officer. She has an in-depth understanding of the legal issues faced by the modern Australian workforce and the important role Trade Unions play in protecting the rights of all workers.

Charlotte’s interest in advancing workers’ rights through strategic litigation and collective action has led her to pursue a career with Hall Payne.  

Outside of work, Charlotte enjoys bush walking, art and free diving.

Reviews for Hall Payne Sydney

30 Apr 2021  Google Angela H

I couldn’t have asked for more, Baiba was so supportive and always kept me updated and well informed.I would highly recommend her to anyone.

28 Apr 2021  google Joseph A

Brooke, Alexandra and Baiba have been an amazing support and an absolute God send during a really challenging and difficult time and through the process.

19 Apr 2021  Google Ian C

I recently engaged Hall Payne Lawyers to run my workers compensation case and was impressed from the very start. From those initial words of reassurance right through to the final stages of reaching a successful outcome the HPL team was amazing. Craig Joshua, solicitor, was professional in every respect. He was thorough and always kept me informed of what was going on. Nothing was too much trouble. Alexandra Rogers did an amazing job providing paralegal support. With this journey now behind me I can highly recommend Hall Payne Lawyers. 

31 Mar 2021  Email Dianne D

Many thanks to Craig Joshua of Hall Payne Lawyers and their professional services regarding my Workers Compensation Claim dispute.  My questions were responded to immediately with explanations that I fully understood.  I really appreciate the support that was provided and I am overwhelmed by the positive outcome. I recommend the outstanding services and expertise of Hall Payne Solicitors.

30 Mar 2021  Google Maria F

Thank you to Tim, Joe and your team. What an absolute A1 plus plus plus quality of work, extremely professional and very responsive. I can highly recommend this law firm.

12 Mar 2021  Email Geoffrey R

Just a “short” note to thank you and your team for getting me a positive result from my claim with “ICare”.

Although I had a genuine work-place accident I really didn’t know what to do next after it was disputed.  Your explanation of the process, follow up, and prompt replies to my questions were excellent.  Both myself and my wife Annie (whose health isn’t the best) are very grateful for your diligence and things, I hope, will be a lot better for us, all thanks to your team at Hall Payne and Charmaine (C.F.M.E.U.) Townsville Qld) recommending your legal firm.  Please pass on my heartfelt thanks to all concerned.

I will keep you informed of my progress.

With Kindest Regards

08 Mar 2021  Email J.K

Wow thank you so much. I wasn’t expecting this amount. I thought you would get some of this. You did so much work. This is amazing. I cannot tell you how much having them pay anything means to me. I really appreciate all your hard work. Thank you

18 Feb 2021  Google Kim B

Thanks again to the great team at Hall Payne Lawyers, very professional and helpful. The team explained everything I needed to know and were very friendly and easy to talk to. Will highly recommend to anyone wanting legal help. Thank you.

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Recent Blogs by Charlotte

WorkPac v Rossato case where casual employee wins paid leave entitlements

‘Casual’ mine worker successful in claim for paid leave entitlements

the Full Federal Court has found a worker (in WorkPac v Rossato) is entitled to paid annual leave entitlements, despite being employed on a casual basis and receiving the casual worker "pay loading".

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What are my WHS rights and entitlements during the coronavirus?

Are you safe at work during the COVID-19 pandemic? WHS rights and entitlements

As coronavirus continues to play an increasing risk to all Australian workers, your employer must allow you to work from home wherever and whenever you can. This should include the modification of business practices where possible. Learn all about your WHS rights here.

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