Sewar is an experienced Senior Associate with extensive experience and in-depth understanding of the Employment and Industrial Relations Framework in Australia generally and Queensland specifically. She is highly skilled in Enterprise Bargaining, Performance Management, Workplace Investigations, Advocacy and representation at various Industrial Tribunals/Courts such as the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission, the Industrial Court of Queensland, the Fair Work Commission, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and the Federal Court of Australia. Sewar also provides quality practical advice on issues related to Employee Engagement, Stakeholder Management, and Change Management.
Having originally studied her Bachelor of Laws in Tel Aviv, Sewar continued her studies in law at Queensland University of Technology and the College of Law Queensland and was admitted as a Lawyer by the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2010. Sewar has dedicated her career in Australia to a range of clients requiring workplace legal assistance in Private, State and Local Government sectors. Throughout her career, Sewar worked at organisations such as the Local Government Association Queensland, the Australian Medical Association Queensland, Queensland Rail, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission and the Industrial Court of Queensland, and several Queensland Government Departments (such as Queensland Health, Department of Premier and Cabinet and the Department of Justice and Attorney General).
Sewar is part of our Employment Law and Industrial Relations division at MBA Lawyers and is highly skilled and passionate about all employment and industrial relations matters and is focused on service delivery and achieving best possible outcomes for her clients.
When not at work, you can find Sewar enjoying quality time with her family and friends and supporting the local community engagement by serving as a member of the Board of Directors of a local multicultural radio station which facilitates 50 language groups from around the world to broadcast radio programs in their own languages.