• General protections and unfair dismissal disputes
  • Restraint of trade matters
  • Misleading and deceptive conduct in employment
  • Bullying and harassment matters
  • Contractual disputes

Sagorika commenced legal practise in 2014 after completing a Master of Laws (Juris Doctor) at Monash University. From that time, she has worked in private practice, specialising in all aspects of employment law.

Prior to moving to Adelaide, Sagorika worked in a number of specialist employment law firms in Victoria including McDonald Murholme and Hentys Lawyers. In 2020, Sagorika worked as an assistant to Mr Mark Irving QC.

From 2018-2020, Sagorika lived in England where she undertook the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme to become a Solicitor of England and Wales. During that period, Sagorika continued to practise employment law in a tier one firm where she gained invaluable insight and experience in a parallel legal system.

Sagorika has had the benefit of representing both employee and employer clients across various sectors and regularly appearing in the Fair Work Commission, Federal Circuit and Family Court and Federal Court.

Since admission to SA Bar, Sagorika has been briefed in some high level disputes including an appeal in the Federal Court of Australia (unled), and she is currently briefed as junior Counsel in three separate multimillion dollar industrial law class actions.

Sagorika is passionate about human rights, speaks three languages, and has been published in Oxford Public International Law (Online Journal) and Rapporteur. She has extensive experience volunteering in community legal services including AED Legal and Monash Springvale Legal Centre in Victoria.

When not practising law, Sagorika is an avid rock climber and snowboarder.

Sagorika has experience representing clients at all stages in the Fair Work Commission, Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia and the Federal Court of Australia.