In late 2016 Lyndall joined the team at Blissenden Lawyers, specialising in the area of Wills, Enduring Power of Attorney, Estates and Conveyancing.
Admitted to Practice
Lyndall studied at the University of Tasmania in the areas of Law and International Relations. Upon graduating in December 2012, she completed her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice through the College of Law in Melbourne.
In 2013 she gained employment as the International Humanitarian Law Officer for Tasmania at Australian Red Cross where she has previously been appointed a board member and has been a volunteer for some years.
Towards the end of 2013 she moved to London, UK where she worked for an International Personal Injury and Medical Negligence firm. She assisted the firm on a case seeking compensation for forgotten Thalidomide children, a legal battle that has been ongoing in Britain since the 1960’s.
Upon returning to Tasmania in 2015, she gained employment in the north of the state at Bishops Barristers and Solicitors where she worked in Family Law, Wills and Estates practice.