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Emma Mulrooney

Migration Lawyer

“They are very wonderful and very professional and I have been able to win my case very quickly with them. They really care about their clients, especially my lawyer Emma. Emma is so smart and professional, I am very grateful that we met her. I highly recommend to deal with them.” – Fahad

Emma joined WLW Migration Lawyers in 2017. She has represented clients at the Department of Home Affairs, Immigration Assessment Authority, Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Federal Court. She is experienced in helping clients with partner and family visas, visa cancellation matters, and refugee and humanitarian visas. She takes great pride in her advocacy skills and helping her clients to achieve successful outcomes in complex cases.

Emma previously interned as a Legal Assistant at Refugee Legal before joining WLW Migration Lawyers and has several years of experience as a paralegal team leader and legal assistant before starting as an Immigration Lawyer.

Emma is passionate about global and humanitarian issues. Her key areas of interest include working with ethnic and religious minorities from Central and South Asia and promoting empowerment and autonomy, especially for women in migrant communities.

Emma is driven to help people and families to gain access to opportunities to reach their potential in Australia.


  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of International Relations
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
  • Solicitor admitted in the Victorian Supreme Court
  • Law Institute of Victoria
  • Australian practising certificate

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