Jade-Ann graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2021 with Bachelor of Laws (Honours Class I)/Bachelor of Social Science (Criminology, Politics & International Relations). During her studies, Jade-Ann undertook clerkships and internships in criminal law (both prosecution and defence) and class actions. She also gained experience working in personal injuries law, immigration law, family law and child protection. Jade-Ann has a love for research and undertook an independent research project as part of her international relations minor, as well as completing the Criminology and Law Research Internship. She recently published her first peer-reviewed journal article.
Jade-Ann completed PLT at The College of Law in March 2022 and was admitted as a lawyer in June this year.
In December 2021, Jade-Ann was appointed to her current role as an Associate to a Justice of the Supreme Court of Queensland and the President of the Industrial Court of Queensland and Queensland Industrial Relations Commission.