Kayla has wanted to become a lawyer for as long as she can remember. The idea of being able to help someone through a difficult time is one that really appeals to her. After leaving school she worked in administration for a local law firm for three years before moving over to the health industry, where she worked in admin both for general practitioners and for surgeons. This style of work helped her to gain valuable communication skills. She also enjoyed forming bonds with the patients and helping them get through tough times.
Currently in her final year at Central Queensland University, Kayla is due to graduate from her Law degree in early 2020. She likes to go above and beyond for clients by learning more about them and what’s important in their lives.