Kaity commenced pupillage with 36 Stone in October 2023. Her current pupil supervisor is Ravi Aswani.

Prior to pupillage, Kaity qualified as a Solicitor in New South Wales, where she worked as an Associate and then Research Associate at the Federal Court of Australia. In her time at the Court, she worked with a number of senior judges on a range of commercial matters, assisting them with legal research and with drafting and proofing their judgments.

Kaity has dual First Class Honours degrees in Arts (Government and International Relations) and Law from the University of Sydney. She also holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Australian College of Law.

Further information


2019: Bachelor of Arts (Government and International Relations) (Hons I), University of Sydney
Dissertation: ‘China: An International Scofflaw on Softlaw? Can International Law moderate Chinese foreign policy?’ (Grade: High Distinction)
2021: Bachelor of Laws (Hons I), University of Sydney
Dissertation: ‘Let’s (Not) Get Physical: The Lawfulness of Disruptive Cyber Operations under the Jus Ad Bellum’ (Grade: High Distinction)
2022: Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Australian College of Law
2023: Bar Transfer Test (BPP University, London)
2022: Admitted as a Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales
2023: Call to the Bar of England and Wales

Relevant Work Experience:

2018/2019: Summer Clerk, Minter Ellison
2019-2020: Research Assistant, Six Wentworth Selborne Chambers
2021 – 2022: Associate to the Honourable Justice Nye Perram, Federal Court of Australia
2022 – 2023: Research Associate, Federal Court of Australia
2023: Paralegal, Zeiler Floyd Zadkovich

Walter Reid Memorial Prize (2020 and 2021)
Alan Bishop Memorial Scholarship (2020)
University of Sydney International Exchange Scholarship (2017)
The Women’s College Academic Merit Scholarship (2015)
The Women’s College Academic Merit Prize (2015)
Philip C Jessup Public International Law Moot Court Competition Champion (Australian National Rounds) 2020
Prize for Best Oralist in the Grand Final, as selected by the Honourable Justice Stephen Gageler, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia
International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot Runner Up 2019, Prize for Best Respondent Written Submissions and Best Written Submissions
Australian National Women’s Moot Runner Up 2019
Australasian Debating Championships Runner Up 2020
Australian Debating Championships Winner 2017