Meg Aitken is an employment, workplace relations and safety lawyer who advises clients in the public and private sectors across a broad range of industries, including health, education, building and construction, insurance, transport and logistics, sports and government. She assists clients to navigate the many stages of the employment relationship, and has experience providing strategic advice in relation to contractual issues, entitlement disputes, restraint of trade, redundancy, restructuring and workplace planning, enterprise and other collective bargaining agreements, award coverage, employee performance and misconduct and managing ill and injured employees.
Meg also has experience assisting clients in complex litigation, including defending occupational health and safety prosecutions and acting for employers in proceedings under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).
Meg joined the firm as a graduate in 2015 and has also completed rotations in the insurance litigation and commercial transactions and outsourcing teams.
- Law Institute of Victoria member
- Victorian Women Lawyers member
- Pro bono support to a number of not-for-profit organisations
- “Santa’s Naughty List,” Ragtrader, 20 December 2018