With years of experience practising exclusively in family law, Selina is a dedicated and compassionate lawyer committed to achieving excellent outcomes for her clients.
Ongoing education and training have been cornerstones of Selina’s success, with a rigorous professional development calendar ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the latest developments in family law. Selina has studied both interstate and locally, proudly obtaining the Master of Laws qualification in addition to her Bachelor of Laws Honours degree.
In 2017, Selina was awarded the Sandra Paul Memorial Prize as dux of her Master of Laws (Family Law) programme and was conferred Specialist Accreditation by the Law Society of South Australia, recognising her extensive expertise in her chosen field.
Selina is a collaboratively trained practitioner and uses these skills to assist parties to negotiate an outcome without the need to proceed to Court. When a negotiated outcome is not possible, Selina is a passionate courtroom advocate and is highly experienced in representing clients throughout the entire Court process, with a strong reputation in parenting and child support matters. A degree in Commerce gives her a distinct advantage when dealing with complex financial issues.
Fluent in Greek, Selina is a former Chair of the South Australian chapter of the Hellenic Australian Lawyers’ Association. In addition to managing a significant caseload, Selina regularly presents as a guest lecturer at the University of South Australia, lecturing undergraduate students in family law and she currently lectures postgraduate students in the Master of Laws programme with the College of Law and is serving on the South Australian chapter board of the College of Law as well as being their state subject team leader for family law.
In her spare time, Selina enjoys spending time with her family, shopping and has recently discovered a passion for gardening.
- Law Society of South Australia
- Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia
- College of Law – Graduate Fellow of the College of Law
Selina's areas of practice
- Property settlements
- Binding financial agreements
- Superannuation and Family Law
- Caveats and injunctions
- De facto relationships
- Same sex relationships
- Children's issues
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