Bronwyn Byrnes was admitted as a solicitor in New South Wales in 2003 and was admitted as a barrister in 2017.
Curriculum Vitae (2017)
Between 2008 – 2017, Bronwyn was a Lawyer with the Australian Human Rights Commission in Sydney.
Bronwyn trained as a Lawyer with Allens Arthur Robinson (now Allens Linklaters) in the Commercial Litigation and Corporate Departments in 2003 - 2004. She practised in the United Kingdom between 2004 - 2008, where she completed a Master of Laws from Cambridge University, worked as an employment law solicitor for Fisher Meredith Solicitors and as a research and policy advisor for the International Secretariat of Amnesty International.
Human Rights Law
Equality, Discrimination and Harassment Law
Employment and Industrial Law
Public and Constitutional Law
Vilification & Hate Speech
Inquiries & Royal Commissions
Master of Laws (Cambridge) (2005)
Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours (UQ) (2002)
Certificate in Foreign, Comparative and International Law (Marquette University, USA) (2001)
Bachelor of Science (Psychology) (UQ) (2000)
British Chevening Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship (2004)
John Hughes Wilkinson Memorial Prize in Law for Graduating First in Class (2001)
Una Prentice Prize in Law for Top Female Law Graduate (2001)
University of Queensland Law Society Medal for Most Outstanding Graduate (2001)
Minter Ellison Prize in Law for Most Outstanding Student (2001)
University of Queensland Medal (2001)