Meet our Opposing Team 2024!

Stacy Miller

Stacy is a partner at Cronin Miller Litigation Lawyers. Since her admission in January 2003, she has practised exclusively in the areas of commercial litigation, insolvency, debt recovery and dispute resolution. Stacy is empathetic, but direct, in her approach to a client’s legal issue, acknowledging that having to meet with a litigation lawyer or insolvency specialist is not on anyone’s bucket list! She takes her professional relationships to the next level with a genuine interest and care for the wellbeing of her peers and colleagues in the industry. When she is not at the office you will likely find her on the netball courts and in complete “mum-mode”. Stacy’s daughters keep her busy with their netball and social commitments! Stacy is on the Board of Directors of Queenslanders with Disability Network and with a view to spending more time with her girls (arguably a misguided view) is their netball team’s coach and holds an executive position at the local netball association. When Stacy does enjoy time to herself, cheese and champagne are her guilty pleasures.

Lizzie Greene

Lizzie Greene has journeyed from juggling courtrooms to classrooms, while managing her family of 6. After completing an Arts/Law degree at UQ, she dove into the legal world as a District Court Judge’s Associate, where she was immersed in observing criminal cases. After being admitted as a Barrister, Lizzie worked as a Prosecutor for the DPP at the busy Beenleigh Courthouse. When her first baby arrived, she found herself tutoring law at Bond University. Five weeks postpartum and knee-deep in case law, Lizzie discovered her calling in teaching and never looked back! Now, as an Associate Professor specializing in criminal law, Lizzie is a legal eagle by day and a podcasting sensation by night, regaling listeners with courtroom tales and discussions of justice or the lack thereof. Her podcast “Justice Matters” has quickly become a popular go-to for those looking for an in depth insight into criminal cases and the workings of the justice system.

Priya Virdee-Hero

Priya is a driven and passionate young person currently studying her Bachelor of Laws (Honours) at QUT. Priya holds several leadership roles in the community, as the Development Director at UN Youth Queensland, the Partnerships and Developments Officer at Inspire Tomorrow Education, a Youth Advocate at the Queensland Family and Child Commission, a Parkrun Director, and a Youth Advisory Council Member for the US Consulat-General, Headspace, and Bravehearts. In 2023 she was the Youth Member for Southport within the YMCA Youth Parliament Program, and the Vice President of AIESEC Queensland.
She also donates her time volunteering for the Women’s Legal Service Queensland, and as a patrolling Surf Lifesaver at the Southport Surf LifesavingClub.

In recognition of the extensive community work she does, Priya has recently been selected as a finalist for the 2024 Soroptimist International Women Empowering Others Award through the 7NEWS Young Achievers Awards. Additionally, Priya was awarded the 2023 Gold Coast Young Woman of the Year Award by the Gold Coast Bulletin, the 2023 Dr Joe Goodall Community Spirit Award by the YMCA Youth Parliament, the Forum Communicators Bursary by the National Council of Women and Forum Communicators Association, and the Gladys Moncrieff Youth Award by Angie Bell MP. She was recently invited to speak on an International Women’s Day Panel with Young Australians in International Affairs, and was also the winner of the inaugural Banco Court, Culture and Diversity Moot, representing the Asian Australian Lawyers Association.  As an intersectional youth and gender equity advocate, Priya participates and speaks at events to empower young people and advocate for her passions.