Rachel is a solicitor in the technology, media and telecommunications team.
Rachel has broad experience advising clients across a wide range of technology, media and telecommunications matters, including in relation online safety regulations, commercial contracting, technology and media related M&A, privacy and cyber security.
Rachel is passionate about working closely with clients to solve their bespoke legal needs in a practical, efficient and commercial way. Rachel works with clients to navigate increasingly regulated environments and emerging areas of law to drive commercial value and minimise risk.
With a background playing elite sport, Rachel has a keen interest in the sports, media and entertainment sector and assists clients with related contracting work, including sponsorship and ticketing agreements, media rights agreements and broadcasting agreements.
Rachel holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Experience & expertise
- multiple global social media and technology companies in their response to regulatory notices issued by the eSafety Commissioner
- Tabcorp on its bid for multiple Australian wagering licences and the New Zealand wagering licence
- Sydney WorldPride on all aspects of the event, including negotiating and drafting sponsorship agreements, ticketing agreements and venue hire agreements
- technology companies including Uber and Google on an ongoing basis, on general commercial contracting arrangements
- AUB Group in conducting a large privacy uplift, including a data breach response plan, data governance protocol and assessment of group-wide risk privacy risk