Felicity Graham has over a decade of experience as a lawyer with a focus on criminal, administrative and human rights law. She has a diverse national practice in addition to having practised overseas in Nauru. She has a particular interest in legal mechanisms for protecting fundamental human rights and for achieving police and government accountability.
Her legal career began as Tipstaff to his Honour Justice Graham Barr at the NSW Supreme Court in 2008. From 2009, Felicity worked as a solicitor at the Aboriginal Legal Service in Dubbo and Broken Hill specialising in criminal defence and deaths in custody coronial matters. Before being called to the Bar in 2015, she was the Principal Legal Officer and Trial Advocate at the Aboriginal Legal Service in the Western Region of NSW.
Felicity is a member of the NSW Sentencing Council, an independent advisory body to the Attorney General on sentencing matters.
Felicity regularly presents at conferences and is a host of the popular legal podcast “The Wigs”.