Frith Gibbons specialises in dispute resolution, commercial and corporate law, and estate planning and disputes.
Frith brings diverse experience to her role as a lawyer, having previously worked in the fields of education, commercial business and agribusiness. This background gives her a first-hand insight into her clients’ needs and helps her deliver commercially viable, practical solutions.
Frith regularly advises clients and helps them resolve disputes in areas such as corporate governance, directors’ duties, equity, commercial law, employment law and succession. She also provides training in mediation and dispute resolution.
Frith’s clients appreciate her ability to understand and communicate complex ideas in simple and accessible language. Before establishing her career in the law, Frith worked in education at Ronald McDonald House and in juvenile mental health.
Meanwhile, Frith’s interest in social and juvenile justice led her to complete a research paper on the Rule of Law, Indigenous Sentencing and Restorative Justice, which is currently under peer review.