Kylie Nomchong SC
Kylie Nomchong SC graduated with an LL.B and B.Econ (Hons) from the University of Sydney. She worked as a tutor and part-time lecturer in the Department of Industrial Relations at that University before commencing employment as a solicitor practicing in industrial law and personal injury. In 1991, Kylie was appointed as in-house solicitor for Actors’ Equity of Australia which later became the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA). During that time she established her practice in industrial law and employment law.
Kylie has been President of NSW Young Lawyers and an elected member of the Council of the Law Society of NSW (during which time she was Chair of the Equal Opportunity Committee). Kylie has also held positions on the Board of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre, the College of Law, the Equal Opportunity Committee of the Law Council of Australia, the NSW Community Justices Centre, the Common Law Committee of the NSW Bar Association, Women Barristers Forum, NSW Labor Lawyers and a Professional Conduct Committee of the Bar Association. In 2010, Kylie was elected to the Bar Council of NSW, an appointment she held for two years. Kylie is currently the Chair of the NSW Bar Health & Wellbeing Committee.
Kylie took silk in 2012 and since then has practices in the area of employment law, industrial law, occupational health and safety, medical negligence and malicious prosecution. Kylie has a long held belief in social justice and human rights. She has represented individuals, contractors, corporations, government departments, and unions. She has presented numerous seminars, written articles and monographs and continues to present CPD and CLE papers on a range of issues.