Kaitlin Harris



Kaitlin began her legal career at ABA Lawyers, firstly as a ‘temp’ secretary in June 2020, before completing her Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Arts at the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2022. She worked as a Law Clerk between June 2022 and November 2023 whilst completing her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (GradDipLP) at the College of Law in Brisbane.

Kaitlin was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland as a legal practitioner in November 2023 and has been admitted to practise in the High Court of Australia since December 2023. Kaitlin undertakes primarily family law work, but also practices in estate planning to prepare Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney, as well as residential conveyancing.

Kaitlin is able to provide competent advice, negotiate on your behalf, and attend Court (where necessary) in relation to the following areas:

  • Separation and Divorce
  • Property Settlements and Financial Restructuring for married, de facto, and same-sex couples
  • Parenting arrangements, including with whom a child may live or spend time
  • Cohabitation and Binding Financial Agreements
  • Issues involving Domestic Violence
  • Probate Issues
  • Wills/Estate Issues
  • Residential and commercial conveyancing, including drafting Contracts of Sale, advising on Contract Terms, and acting in the sale and purchase of property

Qualifications and Professional Memberships:

Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Bachelor of Arts (BA) (USC)

Graduate Diploma of Practical Legal Training (COL)

Admitted Supreme Court of Queensland (2023)

Admitted High Court of Australia (2023)

Member Queensland Law Society

Member Family Law Practitioners Association