The principal of Spicer Lawyers, Nicole Spicer was admitted to practice as an Australian lawyer in 1997 after graduating from Melbourne University with Honours, and has worked as a criminal lawyer since that time.
Nicole has been accredited as a specialist in criminal law by the Law Institute of Victoria since 2002, and has appeared in a wide range of criminal matters in the Magistrates' Court, County Court and Supreme Court including serious drug matters, fraud, sexual abuse, driving offences, money laundering and drug importation.
Previously a partner at Robert Stary and Associates (www.robertstary.com.au), Nicole continues to maintain a strong commitment to defending individuals charged with criminal offences, however has also developed a strong practice in the areas of Confiscation law (proceeds of crime and property subject to restraining orders), Sentencing Act Compensation Matters, civil proceedings arising from criminal matters, discrimination and other employment related matters.
Nicole is one of the few lawyers in Victoria who specialises in Confiscation law and regularly appears in the County Court and Supreme Court on behalf of persons whose property has been restrained, or other persons with an interest in restrained property.
We advise that our lawyers Lana Treasure and Susan Fedai (pictured above) have now moved to new positions as lawyers, still within the justice system. We thank them for their enormous contribution to Spicer Lawyers and wish them every success.