At PFM UK Mimi investigates new matters, develops case theory, and supports the firm’s complex and large-scale litigation projects. Most recently Mimi has been working with the UK team to progress a shareholder class action on behalf of over 100 institutional claimants filed in the High Court of Justice.


Mimi brings an interdisciplinary approach to her practice at PFM UK, having started her career in a boutique private law firm before progressing to a senior solicitor role in the public service. Through these roles, Mimi gained extensive litigation and advocacy experience, routinely appearing in the Magistrates’ Court, Civil and Administrative Tribunal and Federal Circuit Court of Australia.

Mimi takes great pride in thorough and meticulous legal research and drafting, skills she developed as a former editor of the Melbourne Journal of International Law and as research assistant to directors of several renowned international legal organisations, including the Institute for International Law and the Humanities, Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness, and Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law.

Mimi’s work at PFM UK is underpinned by a strong sense of social justice and a desire to empower her clients to fulfil their legal rights and hold corporations to account for their wrongdoing. Throughout her career, Mimi has volunteered for NGOs and community organisations, including Women’s Information and Referral Exchange, Human Rights Watch, Women’s Legal Service, Refugee Legal and Refugee Council.


Bachelor of Arts (Politics & International Studies) – University of Melbourne (2013)

Juris Doctor – University of Melbourne (2018)

Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice – College of Law (2018)

Admitted to Practice in the Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia (2019)