Specialising in industrial relations, employment and discrimination law, Christy Miller has a highly regarded ability to provide plain-speaking legal and strategic advice to a wide portfolio of public and private sector clients.
Christy has represented clients in various jurisdictions including the Federal, Queensland and New South Wales Industrial Relations Commissions, the Anti-Discrimination Tribunals at both Federal and State level, and the Federal Magistrates Court.
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Bachelor of Arts, University of Queensland (1997)
Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University of Queensland (1999)
admitted to practice
Federal Court of Australia (2003)
Federal Magistrates Court (2003)
High Court of Australia (2003)
- Industrial Relations Society Queensland
- Queensland Law Society
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Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety
Local and State government bodies: Drafting and advising on complex transmission of business issues in the post-Work Choices environment for local and State government bodies.
Australian Industrial Relations Commission and Queensland Industrial Relations Commission: Acting for employers from both the public and private sectors in unfair dismissal/reinstatement applications in the Australian Industrial Relations Commission and Queensland Industrial Relations Commission.
Public and private sector clients: Representing a range of public and private sector clients before the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Tribunal or the Australian Human Rights Commission in defending allegations of discrimination on the grounds of sex, age, political belief, parental status, marital status and sexual harassment and victimisation.
Disciplinary procedures: Providing advice and assistance to clients concerning the implementation of disciplinary procedures pursuant to the Public Service Act 1996 (Qld).
Reasonable management action: Acting for clients in Q-Comp (the Workers' Compensation Regulatory Authority) appeals before the Brisbane Industrial Magistrates Court concerning reasonable management action resulting in alleged stress- and psychiatric-related conditions.
Employment agreements: Drafting and advising on detailed employment agreements with particular emphasis on confidentiality, intellectual property and restraint of trade provisions.
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