Isabella Fuller began her law studies in 2021, undertaking a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) / Bachelor of Criminology at the University of Newcastle. She has experience in engaging with material related to criminal psychology and victimology. In 2023, she completed her Bachelor of Criminology after participating as a student intern at the University of Newcastle Justice Clinic. During her time as a student intern, she created a preliminary investigation for the unsolved murder of Australian teenager Lee Ellen Stace. 

Isabella joined the Whitelaw McDonald office in August 2023, where she has gained valuable experience in areas of personal injury law such as industrial deafness, workers compensation and total and permanent disablement. As a client liaison officer, Isabella has a keen interest in working closely with clients to progress their claims efficiently so that they can achieve their most ideal outcome.  

Isabella is currently undertaking her 4th year of her law studies and is now also working towards her Diploma of Legal Practice. She is planned to complete her studies in late 2025 and be admitted as a lawyer in early 2026. Isabella has a particular interest in family law. 

Isabella believes that every client deserves to be heard and handled with empathy and compassion, especially those who face unique and difficult challenges. She is determined to utilise the knowledge and skills she has learnt both within her studies and at Whitelaw to assist the client to achieve their desired results. 

Isabella’s number one item on her bucket list is to hug a baby polar bear.

Professional Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Criminology