Martin Stirling began with MGA on 17 October 2022 as Head of Legal.
Martin has an extensive background in Industrial Relations and Employment Law and a passion for assisting family and privately owned business owners with support and advice to help them grow their businesses and ultimately employ more staff
Jenny Nguyen - Employment Lawyer
Jenny Nguyen joined the MGA Employment Law team in July 2021. Jenny is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Jenny has exclusively worked in the area of employment & industrial relations, providing both advisory and litigious support to both employers and employees on various types of employment-related matters. Prior to joining MGA, Jenny worked at an employment law firm advocating for employees located across Australia. She then worked in a mid-sized firm where she provided legal assistance and support to local and international employers across diverse industries.
Aimee Lyons – Employment Lawyer
Aimee Lyons joined the MGA Employment Law team in July 2021. Aimee is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Before Aimee joined MGA, she worked at a personal injury firm providing support to clients through both the no-fault and common law schemes. She has over 7 years of experience in the retail and service industry, including a position at IGA. Aimee also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Major in Psychology) and is passionate about helping others.
Guy Dimitriou – Employment Lawyer
Guy Dimitriou joined the MGA Employment Law team in May 2023. Guy is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Guy has worked in multiple areas of law but has predominantly practiced in employment and industrial relations in both advisory and litigious capacities and in commercial litigation more broadly. Guy previously worked as a private practice solicitor advising and representing clients across Australia in various industries. More recently, Guy worked in a government agency providing internal employment law advice and representation.
Guy enjoys providing pragmatic and understandable advice to lessen the complexities of the law for his clients.