Jane E.Crulci

Special Counsel

Jane E. Crulci was called to the Bar by the Inner Temple, London, in 1990, and subsequently admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 1999. She has worked in seven Commonwealth countries as a Barrister in the Law and Justice Sector, development, and in the judiciary.

Jane has a Masters in Law (Family Law and Family Dispute Resolution) which focuses on mediation as an alternative to litigation.

When not working, Jane enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking the dogs on the beach, and volunteering with Noosa Coast Guard and Lifeline.

Areas of Expertise

  • Family Dispute Resolution
  • Property and Parenting Mediation
  • Mediation

Skills

Her experience over three decades includes litigation in criminal matters, specialising in sexual offences and child abuse, and working in post-conflict environments. Jane’s positions have included Principal Magistrate of the Solomon Islands, Public Solicitor of St. Helena (South Atlantic Ocean), Justice Sector Adviser, Papua New Guinea, and Judge of the Supreme Court of Nauru.=

Academic Qualifications

Registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner
Graduate of Inns of Court School of Law, Bar Vocational Course, UK

Masters in Law, Family Law & Family Dispute Resolution
College of Law

Bachelor of Arts, Law (Hon.)
London Guildhall University, London, UK

Bachelor of Arts, Government & Philosophy
University of Queensland, Australia

Accreditations

  • Judge of the Supreme Court, Republic of Nauru
  • Law and Justice Sector Adviser, Papua New Guinea
  • Barrister of the Supreme Court, St Helena Island
  • Barrister of the High Court of Solomon Islands
  • Principal Magistrate, Solomon Islands
  • Barrister of the High Court of Fiji
  • Barrister of the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia
  • Called to the Bar by the Inner Temple, London, UK

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
  • Member of the Commonwealth Magistrates and Judges Association
  • Member of the International Association of Women Judges
  • Member of the International Association of Refugee and Migrant Judges
  • Member of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, UK