Mardee Campbell is a construction litigation and dispute resolution lawyer, with experience successfully representing statutory bodies, homeowners, builders and corporate clients in both Tribunal and Court proceedings. Mardee also has insolvency experience gained in Australia and the United Kingdom and holds a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Law with Honours from Griffith University, a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and a Masters of Laws from QUT.
Previously an in house lawyer with an industry regulator and a member of a specialist construction team in a mid-tier firm, Mardee has extensive knowledge of and has successfully represented clients in matters relating to the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC). This experience includes representing clients and negotiating outcomes in review applications for matters including rectification of defects, insurance disputes, licensing and certification complaints and disciplinary proceedings. Mardee also acts for both builders and owners in relation to contractual disputes and defective and incomplete work claims and has an in depth knowledge of Tribunal and Court practice and procedure.
Mardee also practices in commercial litigation, debt recovery, corporate law and insolvency. Combined with her experience covering both residential and commercial disputes, incorporating the Security for Payments Act and Subcontractors Charges, Mardee’s mediation background and client focused approach ensure timely practical and commercial advice to assist in achieving cost effective outcomes for her clients.