Jeremy Glass, Legal Practitioner Director
BJuris. LLB (UNSW)
Jeremy was admitted as a solicitor in 1977 and became an Accredited Specialist in Wills & Estates Law in 1995, and a Public Notary in 1997.
From 1999 Jeremy was a member of the Law Society’s Elder Law and Succession Committee (until 2011) and a member of the Wills & Estates Advisory Committee for the Law Society of New South Wales Specialist Accreditation Board (until 2010). Since December 2009 he has been a member of the Specialist Accreditation Board.
Jeremy regularly presents papers on wills and estates related topics and has been called upon to give expert evidence in disputes relating to wills and estates.
Tamara Goodwin, Legal Practitioner Director
BA LLB (UWS)
Tamara was admitted as a solicitor in 2001 and became an Accredited Specialist in Wills & Estates Law in 2007.
Tamara has been a member of the Wills & Estates Law Advisory Committee for the Law Society of New South Wales Specialist Accreditation Board since 2011.
Erin Dawson, Senior Associate
Erin was admitted as a solicitor in December 2003 and joined Glass Goodwin in July 2013. She was appointed as a Senior Associate on 1 July 2017. She has particular interest in estate litigation.
Lauren Gidley, Senior Associate
BA COMMS (Soc Inq), Dip Law (LPAB), LLM (Applied Law)
Lauren was admitted as a solicitor in July 2010 and joined Glass Goodwin in March 2015. She was appointed as a Senior Associate on 1 July 2017. Lauren holds a Masters of Applied Law, majoring in Wills and Estates.
Lauren has been working in the wills and estates area for the past 12 years in various positions with the NSW Trustee and Guardian, a private trustee company, and in private practice.
She was named as a Rising Star in the Doyle’s Guide – Wills & Estates Litigation, Sydney 2017
Edwina Chapman, Solicitor
Dip. Law (LPAB)
Edwina was admitted as a solicitor in August 2017 and joined Glass Goodwin in March 2017.
Prior to joining Glass Goodwin, Edwina was the Associate to the Chief Judge of the Land and Environment Court of NSW for eight years.