Courtney was born and raised in Central Queensland, residing in Rockhampton, Yeppoon and Blackwater growing up, and graduated from St Ursula’s College in 2014.
Courtney joined the firm in early 2019, after completing her Bachelor of Laws (Honours) at James Cook University, Townsville in 2018. Undertaking her Honours study in the global impact of the Australian tobacco plain packaging legislation, Courtney has a keen interest in how the law and social issues influence one another.
In recognition of her academic achievements, Courtney was awarded the Academic Medal for Bachelor Coursework at her university graduation in 2019. She was also awarded the JCU Halls of Residence Saint Award for her work in pastoral care and cultural achievement during her four years residing on campus.
Courtney was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland as a Lawyer in 2019, and works with Gordon Stünzner in the following areas:
Outside of the firm, Courtney likes to get creative in any way she can. Courtney has completed Australian Music Examination Board exams in cello performance and music theory and has performed in the State Honours Ensemble Program. Courtney considers herself a bit of a thespian having performed in theatre productions with the Rockhampton Little Theatre and Yeppoon Choral Society. She also sings in charity concerts and at community events when she can find the time.