New recruits grow Perth’s leading family law firm – O’Sullivan Davies Lawyers

8 February 2021

O’Sullivan Davies Lawyers is proud to announce that solicitor Susannah Reid has been promoted to Associate and that two new lawyers have joined the firm, Associate Bethany Moller and solicitor Gemma Swan.

Susannah Reid has been working at O’Sullivan Davies her entire legal career, starting as a vacation clerk and then as a law graduate working with former partner His Honour Justice O’Brien of the Family Court of Western Australia. Susannah completed a combined law and commerce degree at UWA and was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2015.

Bethany Moller is also a graduate of UWA with a combined law and commerce degree with majors in both employment relations and human resources management, Beth was also admitted practice in 2015.

Gemma Swan graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a law degree, and during her studies won prizes in remedies, mental health law and family law. She was admitted in 2017.

O’Sullivan Davies HR Partner, Nicola Watts, says the firm is thrilled to promote Ms Reid and welcome Ms Moller and Ms Swan to the practice.

“There are a number of factors that make a good lawyer far beyond impressive qualifications,” Ms Watts said.

“We recruit lawyers based on skill and experience but also on their attitude to service, their sense of empathy and their desire to keep our clients’ needs at the forefront”.

“Susannah has worked very hard and is a wonderful lawyer, and Beth and Gemma are terrific additions to the firm. All three have a strong work ethic and an uncompromising commitment to working with families to prevent or resolve disputes.”

Established in 2000 O’Sullivan Davies was named a First Tier Family Law and Divorce Firm for the ninth consecutive year in the Doyle’s Guide and has a specialist team of 14 family lawyers and 5 paralegals servicing its clients, including a dedicated Client Engagement Liaison.

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