Kate Witt

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Kate Witt


Kate Witt is currently a Lawyer at JHK Legal and has over 5 years’ experience working at a variety of commercial and insurance law firms in various capacities. Kate has been at JHK Legal since August 2018 and has been practicing predominantly in the areas of Commercial Litigation, Debt Recovery and Insolvency.

Kate holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Business majoring in Accountancy from the Queensland University of Technology. Kate also holds her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice is currently studying her Masters in Applied Law (Commercial Litigation) at the College of Law.

Kate holds a practising certificate in the Supreme Court of Queensland and is an admitted practitioner to the High Court of Australia.

Drawing from her background in accounting, Kate has a keen interest in taxation law, and has most recently worked on a number of large files involving complex submissions and negotiations with the Australian Taxation Office. She has also worked on a wide range of debt recovery, insolvency and advice matters. Kate enjoys Court work and regularly appears before the Federal and Magistrates Courts and instructs Counsel in the District and Supreme Courts often.

Kate is a fierce advocate and an excellent communicator, who always aims to provide her clients with commercially pragmatic advice. Kate is a firm believer in a positive client experience and aims to always provide tailored care to each client whilst achieving positive results and providing quality service.

Kate is an active member of the legal community and donates her time and skills wherever possible. Kate is a committee member of the 2019 Queensland Young Lawyers committee and soon to be volunteer lawyer at Caxton Legal. Kate is also a regular member of several other committees and organisations including Queensland Law Society Young Lawyers, Women’s Legal Association Queensland and Pride In Law.

Outside law Kate is an avid traveler and foodie and enjoys nothing more than spending time with her family and friends.

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