Sheryl has been practising law since 1994 and commenced working with Clairs Keeley in May 2006, focusing mainly on family law including divorce, property settlements, spousal maintenance and child welfare matters. In 2012 she was appointed a Senior Associate of the firm.
Comprehensively trained in mediation and collaboration, Sheryl is well equipped to achieve non-litigious outcomes on behalf of clients. Straying from the typical adversarial path, this resolution-focused approach runs throughout Clairs Keeley as both a firm and a group of individuals.
Acutely aware that it’s what’s on the inside that counts, Sheryl spent five years working as a Therapeutic Radiographer prior to commencing study of law. During this time, she was a founding member of the Haemophilia Foundation of Western Australia.