Jacqueline Jubb is a Senior Associate, a keen advocate and commercial litigator in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team at Antunes Lawyers. With over 17 years of legal experience, in both government and private practice, Jacqueline advises and acts for a range of small and medium sized businesses, private clients, professional service providers, companies and large Australian organisations, and focuses on providing pragmatic and commercial solutions for her clients.

Whether you’re facing a large commercial dispute, you’ve been served with a Statement of Claim or you’re facing expensive litigation in a tribunal or court, Jacqueline has the strategic mind, expertise, imagination and courage to advise you about potential risks before they arise and advocate for you in court when litigation is on foot.

Commencing her career as a Criminal Prosecutor for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Jacqueline went on to enjoy of range of professional roles, including In-House Legal Counsel for the Law Society (London and Wales), Litigation and Employment Solicitor at the Treasury Solicitor’s Office (London) and Commercial Litigator in private practice.

Jacqueline is a mother of three, musical theatre lover, newbie surfer and ex-wedding singer. Her experience in running an online copywriting business and virtual law firm for SMEs, start-ups and entrepreneurs stands her in good stead to understand the unique business needs and commercial challenges her clients face.

Jacqueline’s expertise is in:

  • Commercial disputes and litigation, dispute resolution and mediation
  • Employment law and employment disputes including discrimination, bullying and harassment claims, unfair and wrongful dismissal and adverse actions claims and
  • Business disputes including consumer law and breach of contract claims, licensing appeals, debt recovery and insurance claims
  • Home building and strata schemes disputes
  • Personal bankruptcy and personal insolvency litigation, including voidable transaction, unfair preference and insolvent trading claims, shareholder disputes, winding up applications and director penalty notices
  • Appearing as an advocate, and instructing Counsel, in various jurisdictions including the Local, District and Supreme Courts of NSW, the Federal Circuit Court, the Federal Court, the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, the Fair Work Commission and the Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW.
  • Online business and e-commerce advisory
  • Criminal law