· Criminal Law
· White Collar / Corporate Crime
Cassie Collier is a Barrister and Solicitor who appears every day for clients in the Magistrates’ Court, County Court and Children’s Courts in Victoria on pleas of guilty, bail applications, appeals, breach proceedings, diversions, case conferences, driver’s licence restorations, and all aspects of matters in the indictable stream of the Magistrates Court. She appears at all Courts in Victoria, both in the city and at suburban and rural and regional courts.
Cassie is experienced in instructing barristers who are representing defendants in County Court and Supreme Court trials.
Cassie graduated with Honours in law from Monash University. Before joining Doogue & O’Brien, Cassie practised in commercial law and as a volunteer lawyer for the Homeless Person’s Legal Clinic (HPLC) run by the Public Interest Law Clearing House (PILCH). She then spent three years working at Doogue & O’Brien’s Broadmeadows Office where she gained considerable experience in representing people charged with criminal offences arising in the family violence context. She now works at Doogue & O’Brien’s Melbourne Office and volunteers at the Broadmeadows Community Legal Service.
Cassie has a keen interest in Australian politics and French, and has an undergraduate degree in arts.