Jennifer Diplock

Solicitor

Jennifer Diplock is a solicitor in Hall Payne’s Employment and Industrial Relations team.

Jennifer grew up in Toowoomba and attended the University of Southern Queensland, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws in 2017. She was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland as a solicitor in July 2018 and is a member of the Queensland Law Society.

Jennifer enjoyed experience in generalist law firms prior to joining Hall Payne, which has provided her with invaluable skills and knowledge across a variety of areas of law; including family law, property law and commercial litigation.

With a passion for advocacy for workers, particularly with regard to fair and safe work environments, Jennifer gets to work on balancing her skills as a highly effective lawyer with the more human approach of guiding her clients through the complex processes of employment law.

The ultimate aim is to alleviate the stress and anxiety that is often coupled with disputes involving employment issues whilst achieving practical and realistic solutions for the worker.  

Jennifer is community-minded and has participated in the University of Southern Queensland Industry Mentoring Program since 2018. This program allows current students to access guidance and knowledge from alumni who are now working in the legal industry.

Outside of work, Jennifer enjoys travelling, hiking, running and spending time at the beach.

Reviews for Hall Payne Brisbane

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

29 Feb 2024  Google Niomi C

I had reached out to the team at Hall Payne and was so lucky to have Jessie help me. She was professional and amiable but more importantly got the job done effectively and kept me in the loop along the way.

Making a crappy situation with a dodgy car yard a much easier situation to deal with! Thank you 😊

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Recent Blogs by Jennifer

What are your options if your employer instructs you to do something illegal?

Your employer instructs you to do something illegal. What are your rights as an employee?

It is imperative you understand your rights and obligations in relation to reasonable and lawful directions from your employer. We explore your rights if a direction requires you to break the law.

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Do I have to tell my employer that I am pregnant?

Do I have to tell my employer I am pregnant?

If you're pregnant and working in paid employment, at some point you will need to discuss work and leave arrangements with your employer; including your entitlement to paid or unpaid leave, ensuring you have a safe work environment and your rights to flexible work arrangements.

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Do not respond to AHPRA notifications until you have received legal advice

Making statements over the phone to AHPRA

This article addresses the dangers of responding to an initial Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) notification and subsequent inquiry, over the phone during the first point of contact.

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AHPRA notification on registration was frivolous and vexatious

Nursing and Midwifery Board decision: AHPRA notification frivolous and vexatious

Hall Payne recently acted for a member of the Queensland Nurses and Midwives Union who had an Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency notification made against their registration. We robustly argued that the allegations were vexatious, untrue and incapable of being substantiated.

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