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Chelsie Thompson


A personable and committed lawyer, Chelsie delivers an effective and high-quality service to clients.

Chelsie Thompson is a solicitor in our Regulatory team. Chelsie assists and advises clients on a broad range of health and safety, environmental and regulatory matters on both a contentious and non-contentious basis.

Chelsie has particular expertise in defending clients in regulatory matters covering serious health and safety incidents in the workplace. Chelsie is a ‘people person’ and understands the impact that a workplace incident can have on those directly involved as well as the potential negative commercial impact upon a business. As a result, she is able to advise and support individuals at all levels of a corporate structure.

Chelsie has also acted for numerous clients in carrying out due diligence in a range of heavily regulated sectors including waste, chemicals and manufacturing.

Clients in the industry say:

“It is a pleasure to work with Chelsie, not only because of her enthusiasm and consummate professionalism but because we know that she is a lawyer on whom we can rely at all times”

“We are enormously grateful for everything Chelsie has done for us, particularly given the sensitive challenges presented in the matter”

In her spare time, when Chelsie is not umpiring or playing netball, she loves to travel. She has just returned from a 9 month round the world trip where she visited 12 countries including Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, West Coast USA (in a campervan!) and Sri Lanka (in a tuk tuk!) – to name a few. She is also very passionate about volunteer work and is part of a “befriending scheme” which aims to combat loneliness and isolation amongst elderly people.

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