Nicole Rademeyer | Solicitor
Nicole Rademeyer is a solicitor who obtained her Bachelor of Laws with Honours at Macquarie University.
Her main practice areas include Commercial and Civil Litigation, Private International Law, Human Rights, Employment Law, and Representative Proceedings.
She has authored and co-authored published articles on Lexology addressing matters of international interest and significance. These articles include:
Diplomatic and Foreign States Immunity;
The Hague Conference on Private International Law;
Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Lebanon;
Cyberbullying Laws in Australia;
A Comparative Analysis of Verbal Contracts in Common Law, Civil Law and the United Nations Convention on Contracts for International Sale of Goods.
In 2019 Nicole was invited by Dr Christophe Bernasconi, the Secretary General of the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH), at the request of Rick Mitry, to attend the upcoming Diplomatic Session as an Assistant to the Permanent Bureau. The Session consisted of meetings and negotiations held between countries to finalise and adopt the Hague Convention on the Enforcement and Recognition of Civil or Commercial Judgments. Nicole liaised with delegations and diplomatic missions representing hundreds of States in both French and English and assisted with document distribution and meetings conducted in both French and English.
As a fluent French speaker, Nicole is a Member of the French Australian Lawyers Society, which establishes a network between French and Australian legal professionals. She is also a Member of the French-Australian Chamber of Commerce, which brings together members of the French and Australian business community.