Another Accredited Specialist in Family Law

Another Accredited Specialist in Family Law

Aboorva Sundar Accredited Specialist Family Law Sydney


Congratulations to our newest Accredited Specialist in Family Law – Aboorva Sundar.

An Accredited Specialist is a lawyer who has demonstrated specialised skill in a particular area of law, for Aboorva that is Family Law.

Aboorva worked hard to pass the Law Society’s rigorous assessments in communication, problem-solving and client relations to achieve the status of Accredited Specialist in Family Law.

That she passed is absolutely no surprise to anyone who knows her, who has been her client, or who has tried to argue against her!

She deserves the recognition of what we knew all along – that she is extremely good at her job, including both her technical skills and the care and empathy she gives to her clients.  Aboorva’s accreditation is a result of her level of skill and dedication, but it is of course very well deserved.

This tops off a big couple of years for Aboorva professionally, as she can add her Accredited Specialist tag to her NMAS Mediator accreditation and her Collaborative Lawyer accreditation.

Congratulations Aboorva!

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What is the Specialist Accredited Program?

The Specialist Accreditation Program aims to:

  • Provide the profession and the public with a reliable means of identifying practitioners with proven expertise in their chosen area of practice;
  • Contribute to and encourage the continued development and improvement of the standards, quality and delivery of legal services;
  • Promote the advancement of legal education, knowledge and skills; and
  • Provide practitioners with the opportunity to demonstrate their expertise in their chosen area of practice and to have this recognised.

As a result, Aboorva has demonstrated a higher than average knowledge regarding:

  • The Family Law Act 1975 (Cth),
  • The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (Family Law) rules 2021,
  • Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989 (Cth),
  • Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (Division 2) Rules 2021,
  • Central Practice Direction and other relevant legislation and case law;
  • State Legislation relating to
    • domestic violence,
    • children,
    • medical procedures
    • professional responsibilities, and the
    • intersection between state and federal legislation
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