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Norman Waterhouse
With a background in both law and psychology, Alice effectively combines both the business and personal elements involved in employment law matters. Alice is approachable, practical, and passionate about achieving positive results for government clients, private individuals and corporate entities.

About Alice

Alice completed her Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. Subsequently, she was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor to the Supreme Court of South Australia.

Upon her admission, Alice has commenced her practice as a Solicitor in the Employment and Local Government team. Alice’s experience and interpersonal skills allow her to work with her clients to accomplish their objectives effectively. She has experience in unfair dismissals, bullying complaints and drafting employment contracts, policies and procedures. Alice has also assisted the Local Government sector with a variety of Regulatory matters.

Alice has been valuable in assisting clients with the delivery and coordination of tailored training programs across a variety of departments within the firm and has been a vital member within the ongoing partnership between Norman Waterhouse and the Local Government Association training programs to the public sector. She is also involved in the management of accredited Certificate IV and Diploma courses delivered by Norman Waterhouse in conjunction with the College of Public Employment (RTO number 40390), for Local Government employees.

Specialisations

  • Unfair dismissal
  • Workplace investigations
  • Disciplinary processes, including performance management and termination of employment
  • Monetary claims
  • Work, health and safety matters
  • Advice on award and enterprise agreement interpretation
  • Drafting employment contracts
  • Drafting workplace policies and procedures
  • Drafting and advice regarding Regulatory matters
  • Road Traffic related prosecutions/defence
  • Coordination of local government training
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