Rhea Dhillon is a commercial and civil litigator with experience in class action litigation in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Rhea has worked across shareholder class actions, follow-on cartel claims and mass tort litigation in various jurisdictions. Most recently, Rhea was responsible for co-ordinating one of the biggest and most complex public interest immunity disputes involving the release of high level policy documents relating to the government’s offshore immigration detention program. In the UK, Rhea was recruited by a boutique law firm to work on novel litigation on behalf of small and medium enterprises seeking compensation from cartelists involved in price-fixing arrangements in respect of the supply of goods and services. Prior to joining Phi Finney McDonald, Rhea was a Senior Associate in the class action department of a large plaintiff law firm working on mass tort litigation and pro-bono matters on behalf of asylum seekers. Rhea takes pride in excellent client service and finding innovative approaches to addressing legal barriers to redress for wrongdoing.
- LLB, BA, Monash University