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Stephanie Cogno-Maglieri

Stephanie Cogno-Maglieri

Stephanie Cogno-Maglieri

Lawyer

E: stephaniec@camattalempens.com.au

Practice Areas:

Corporate law
Commercial & Civil litigation
Commercial leasing

Expertise

Stephanie attained a scholarship to attend Bond University and fast tracked her Bachelor of Laws and Journalism after completing her senior education in South Australia. Stephanie has completed work experience and clerkships with Camatta Lempens and reputable firms in both Sydney and Queensland.

Stephanie joined our firm in 2016 upon her admission to the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory. Stephanie works under the expertise of our Director Franco Camatta with a focus in corporate law and civil litigation. Stephanie is also experienced in the documentation of commercial leases and acts for and provides advice to landlords and tenants of retail, commercial and industrial tenancies, including major shopping complexes. She is currently completing a Diploma of Accounting as she recognises her commercial clients need advice combining an understanding of business and statutory provisions.


Stephanie’s other accomplishments include reporting on various societal issues whilst clerking for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Brisbane. She continues to volunteer in community service projects and partakes in Italian events. Furthermore, she is actively involved in her family’s winery and appreciates the needs and challenges of small business.


Admission:

Solicitor, Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory
Solicitor, Supreme Court of South Australia
Solicitor, High Court of Australia

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (Bond University)

Bachelor of Journalism (Bond University)
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (College of Law)
Diploma of Accounting (in progress)
 

Memberships:

Law Society of South Australia
Women’s Lawyers Association of South Australia