Marni joined Phi Finney McDonald in 2022 as a graduate with a keen interest in shareholder and consumer class actions.

Prior to her current role, Marni worked as a paralegal in a prominent plaintiff law firm where she assisted with significant consumer class actions. She also has experience in migration law, working towards providing access to justice for marginalised communities and clients. Further to this, Marni has been involved with the Ooralla center in NSW, providing tutoring to improve higher education and employment outcomes for Indigenous Australians.

Marni is committed to using her legal skills to promote corporate and governmental accountability through class actions.


Bachelor of Arts (History and Politics) – University of Melbourne

Juris Doctor – University of Melbourne

Practical Legal Training – College of Law