Rochelle Weston graduated from Flinders University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts (Majoring in Australian Studies and a Minor of Aboriginal Studies) and Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice. She is admitted as a legal practitioner in South Australia and admitted to the High Court of Australia.
Post university, Rochelle began employment in the Community Services sector. Developing valuable experience working alongside the South Australian Government, and the Central Adelaide Local Health Network to establish a range of pilot projects aimed at assisting the most vulnerable in our community. It was through this experience that Rochelle gained vital client engagement skills and experienced firsthand the efficacy of advocating.
Advocacy is very important to Rochelle and guides her approach when engaging with clients. Through her experience in criminal law, she has developed a passion for assisting people in what can often be difficult times and experiences.