Jaimee-Lee Jessop has been working in criminal law since 2016.
Her Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Bond) provide a strong foundation for her criminal law advocacy.
Jaimee’s interest in criminal law was ignited some years ago when she obtained a prestigious work experience position shadowing a Magistrate in the specialist Domestic Violence Courts. She saw firsthand how strong and experienced legal representation made a difference to people’s lives.
“I spend a lot of time in the courtroom, and I understand that it can be an intimidating and stressful experience for many clients. I try to empower my clients by explaining to them each step of the process, and arming them with information. I’m a big believer in the 5 P’s – Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance”.
Outside of the courtroom, Jaimee is passionate about service to the community, and has volunteered with the Caxton Legal Centre, Robina Community Legal Centre, Australian Red Cross and Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience. Her careful and intelligent approach to the law is complemented by her strong engagement with the local community.
Jaimee is available for all criminal law and domestic violence matters, including traffic and work licence applications, sexual offences, assault and violence offences, bail applications and drugs and weapons offences. She appears in all courts throughout Queensland.