Jasmine completed her tertiary education at Monash University graduating in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts (Criminology) and Bachelor of Laws. Since Jasmine’s admission to the profession in 2011, she has practiced exclusively in Criminal Law at Slades & Parsons. In April 2018 Jasmine was appointed as a Director of Slades & Parsons.
Jasmine is an ‘LIV Accredited Criminal Law Specialist’. Jasmine attained her Specialisation in 2018 after successfully completing the Law Institute of Victoria’s Criminal Law Specialisation program. Jasmine has also been recognised as one of Victoria’s Leading Criminal Lawyers according to Doyle’s Guide.
Jasmine appears daily in court as a solicitor-advocate in a variety of criminal cases across all jurisdictions, including the Magistrates’, County, Supreme Court and Children’s Court of Victoria. She has represented people charged with terrorism, homicide, drug trafficking and cultivation, major fraud, deception, firearm, assault and sex offences. She has a thorough working knowledge of the day to day operations of court processes, their developments and their shortcomings. Jasmine also works closely with the Victorian Bar, Victoria Police, Australian Federal Police, The Office and Director of Public Prosecutions and Court staff.
Since 2016, Jasmine has held an elected position on the ‘LIV Criminal Law Executive Committee’. The Executive Committee is a representative body comprised of Criminal Lawyers acting on behalf of Criminal Lawyers across the state. The Executive Committee meets monthly to discuss changes and developments in the Criminal Law and provide submissions, media commentary and feedback. She also attends sub-committee meetings with relevant stakeholders such as the Judiciary, Victoria Police, the OPP, Forensicare and court staff.
Jasmine strongly believes in providing the highest standard of legal representation for her clients both inside and outside of the courtroom. She understands the stresses associated with going to court and is dedicated to ensuring that the best possible outcomes are achieved.