Due to our limited funding, there aren’t many of us. But what we lack in numbers we make up in enthusiasm and knowledge!
Supported by a strong team of volunteers, we are working hard to protect the WA environment.
Acting Principal Solicitor
Victoria first began volunteering at EDOWA in 2016. In 2017 she graduated from the University of Notre Dame, and completed her Practical Legal Training at EDOWA. Victoria was admitted to practice in November 2018.
At EDOWA, Victoria enjoys working on key environmental advices, cases and law reform projects. Victoria is extremely passionate about protecting and preserving the natural environment, and spends a lot of her free time at the beach.
Sarah was admitted to practice in June 2018. She graduated from Curtin University in 2017 and is currently studying a Master of Environmental Law at the University of Melbourne. Before commencing as a law graduate Sarah completed her Practical Legal Training and volunteered at EDOWA for some time.
Sarah loves working at EDOWA due to its exposure to a wide range of environmental issues, great people and crucial contribution to the protection of Western Australia’s environment. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys travelling, scoping out markets and dog-spotting.
Ruby Hamilton graduated from the UWA Juris Doctor in 2017. She completed her Practical Legal Training at EDOWA in 2018 and was admitted to practice in December 2018.
Ruby enjoys working with the passionate EDOWA team on a wide range of legal matters, especially public interest litigation, environmental law reform, and administrative review of government action. Outside of work, Ruby can be found swimming laps or optimistically supporting the Fremantle Dockers.
Rebecca is a qualified Bookkeeper and BAS agent with a passion for conservation who loves using her skills to contribute to the EDO’s work. Outside of work she loves to travel and spend time in nature when not running around after her three year old son.
Emiko is currently studying her Bachelor of Laws at Murdoch University. She has been volunteering with EDOWA since March 2017 and in February 2019 took on the Office Manager role. With her existing background in sustainable development, Emiko has always been passionate about environmental protection and conservation.
Prior to her law studies, Emiko has experience in sustainability consulting and arts management, and has always gravitated towards work that benefits the community. When she’s not at EDOWA, you can find her at a local gig, art exhibition or on the radio at RTRFM.