Daniel McCaffrey (BBusCom, LL.B(Hons), GDLP) – Principal Lawyer
Daniel joined Northey Legal & Conveyancing in July 2017 after about seven years as founding principal lawyer at Reids Lawyers in Myrtleford. Prior to forming Reids Lawyers, Daniel worked for a number of law firms in Melbourne – primarily practising in property and commercial law matters. Daniel is admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia.
Before becoming a lawyer, Daniel worked in the residential loans department of a major Australian bank. Daniel’s background in banking and finance means his understanding of property and commercial matters exceeds just the legal aspects of a transaction.
Daniel and his family moved to North East Victoria from Melbourne and have loved living in the area
and being part of the local community since then. Daniel is a member of the Myrtleford Savoy Sporting Club board of management and Secretary of the Myrtleford Festival committee. When he isn’t working, Daniel enjoys hitting the slopes in the local ski-fields or pottering around in his shed.
Rebecca Sakkas – Conveyancer
Rebecca is a qualified conveyancer, having undertaken her studies through Southern Cross University, Lismore. She commenced work with Northey Legal & Conveyancing in 2009. Rebecca is experienced in both New South Wales and Victorian conveyancing, and specialises in residential matters.
Gaye Robinson – Legal Secretary
Gaye comes from the Albury/Wodonga area and began her career in the legal profession over 30 years ago. She has worked as a legal assistant and secretary, providing support to solicitors and conveyancers. Over this time Gaye has acquired significant skills and experience working with local legal practices.
Monique McKenzie – Law Clerk
Monique has worked in the legal profession for various firms over the last 20 years, and has significant experience in areas of law ranging from family law to mining law to intellectual property law.
Monique’s experience and enthusiasm ensures that she provides the utmost attention to your matter.