Young Lawyers' Committee

A young lawyer is any law student, solicitor or barrister who is under the age of 35 years, or is in their first five years of practice.

If this is you, the Young Lawyers Committee is your representative committee within the Law Society of South Australia.

The Committee's main purpose is to promote the interests of young lawyers to the Law Society and the wider profession, and to further the development of young lawyers by organising educational, social, wellbeing and networking events and initiatives.

Young Lawyers Support Group

The Society in conjunction with its Young Lawyers Committee has established a group comprising 25 practitioners who have agreed to assist, where possible, young lawyers who may feel the need for some independent guidance from experienced colleagues. For details about this service, click here.
Find out about other Law Society support services by clicking here.


If you would like further information, have any ideas for future events or programs, or would like to express interest in joining the Committee, please contact Kate Walkley on (08) 8229 0200 or email:

As always, thank you to the Committee's valued sponsor:   Young Lawyers Committee logo designed by Monkey Box Designs:  

Upcoming Events

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When: May 11, 2017
Where: Adelaide, SA

Committee Members

Ms Melanie Tilmouth Chair 
Miss Erica Panagakos Chair 
Ms Kate Walkley
Ms Belinda Alcock LEAV 
Ms Daniela Di Stefano   
Mr Tom Simpson   
Miss Danielle Macolino   
Mr James Foster   
Mr Paul Gordon   
Mr Sam Hooper   
Ms Rebecca Clafton   
Mr Barnaby Grant   
Mr Christopher Loxton   
Miss Anika Francis   
Mr Christopher Woodard   
Miss Evelyn Johns   
Miss Gabrielle Golding   
Mr Thomas Austin   
Mr Luke Officer   
Ms Chanel Martin