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Carly Stebbing

Carly Stebbing is an award winning employment lawyer and founder of the tech enabled firm Resolution123. Carly has almost two decades of employment law experience working for employer associations, boutique and mid tier law firms and volunteering at community legal centres. Carly’s passion is social justice and it is the focus of the work she does with Resolution123.

Carly is a leader in the Respect@Work reforms and the new positive duty to eliminate sexual harassment, having worked on the idea from its inception through the production of submissions on the law and required reforms with Now Australia, the Employment Law Committee of the Law Society and as a Executive Committee Member of the Women Lawyer’s Association.

Most recently Carly has applied the Australian Human Rights Commission and Safe Work Australia guidance material to create and deliver a compliant prevention policy, board training, senior leader workshop, risk register and risk and prevention plan.

Carly serves on the Law Society of New South Wales Employment Law Committee and Diversity Committee of the Law Society. Carly’s accolades include: recommended as an Employment Lawyer (Employee & Trade Union Representation) in Doyle’s Guide, Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Innovator of the Year, Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Finalist in Workplace Relations and WLANSW Change Champion of the Year. Carly is regularly called on to contribute to media articles and podcasts related to employment law and the practice of law.


Any reference to a “Partner” means an employee with sufficient seniority. Longton Legal is an incorporated legal practice and not a partnership.

Carly Stebbing

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Contact

0403 931 111
Level 4, 370 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Areas of Expertise

Employment Law

Carly Stebbing

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