Katherine Morris is a work health and safety lawyer based in Sydney.
Katherine has over 15 years’ experience in work health and safety law, employment and industrial relations, representing clients across a range of industries including, construction, property, transport and energy and resources. Her experience includes providing strategic advice on health and safety issues, developing extensive compliance systems, safety incident management and advising on officer due diligence duties. Katherine has also represented and successfully defended a number of clients in high profile health and safety prosecutions.
Katherine regularly speaks at various safety and legal conferences and conducts training programs for clients on a range of health and safety topics.
In her area of health and safety law expertise, Katherine is recommended in key legal rankings publications including Chambers & Partners, Asia-Pacific Legal 500 and Australia’s Best Lawyers.
The New South Wales (NSW) Government introduced the Building Products (Safety) Bill 2017 (the proposed Act) into Parliament on 16 November 2017..
November 17, 2017
The risks associated with non-conforming and/or non-compliant building products in existing structures and future projects cannot be underestimated..
September 28, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised the Hammon Family on their successful tender to operate the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge’s tourism climb business under a 20 year concession arrangement with Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). The Hammon Family fought off competing bids from other high profile attractions operators to win this landmark tender..
June 17, 2018
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright announced today that experienced employment and labour partner Katherine Morris has joined as a partner in Sydney..
September 12, 2016