Zoe Ramsay is the founding practitioner director of KRED Legal and General Counsel of KRED Enterprises. She has over 17 years pre and post-admission experience in commercial negotiation and litigation. Zoe was the Kimberley Land Council’s senior commercial lawyer in negotiations for the proposed LNG Hub at James Price Point and since 2010 has worked predominantly in the commercial and enterprise development, native title and corporate governance sectors.
Melissa Begg provides the full range of commercial and personal legal services, with unique specialist expertise in intellectual property and technology law. Melissa has also worked extensively in both native title and Aboriginal land rights regimes.
Megan Highfold is a proud Kokatha woman who has worked as an Indigenous land rights solicitor for the Central Land Council, focusing on negotiating and drafting commercial contracts and Indigenous land use agreements.
Hayley Haas is an experienced legal practitioner in complex commercial dispute resolution. She brings human rights advocacy and capacity building experience to her role at KRED Legal, having advised several international human rights organisations with consultative status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
Katie O'Rourke has worked extensively in Native Title, environmental law, heritage law, Indigenous governance and community engagement. She has a broad background in statutory regulation and administrative policy co-ordination, community based project design and development and implementation of heritage policy.
Annette Heininger is an experienced legal practitioner with a focus in corporate risk and governance, commercial law, contract law, and administrative law. She has a wealth of experience in many areas, including legislative review and amendment, regulatory regimes and enforcement (especially licencing), government procurement contracts, and policy and procedure. Annette has also held the position of Secretariat on a NSW Government Department’s Audit and Risk Committee.