Sally Mackay

Sally Mackay

Solicitor Personal Injury Law.

“I’m proud to say I’m a Personal Injury Solicitor at Burke & Mead Lawyers. It is a privilege to work with such a professional, knowledgeable and supportive team.

A personal injury of any kind is very difficult to deal with. It affects every part of your life and impacts greatly upon your family and friends. I am proud that I can assist people to receive the compensation they are entitled to and make life a little easier for them and their family.

I know I have made the right decision to become a Personal Injury Solicitor. It is extremely rewarding to be able to assist people through what can be a complex and sometimes lengthy process to improve their quality of life.“

Sally Mackay.


  • Civil litigation
  • Motor vehicle accident claims
  • Workers compensation
  • Public liability
  • Debt Recovery
  • Personal Injury Negligence Claims

Memberships & Associations

  • Law Society of NSW
  • Newcastle Law Society
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Newcastle Law Society Young Lawyers Sub-Committee 2016-2017
  • Newcastle Law Society Social Activities Sub-Committee 2016-2017

Professional Qualifications & Admissions

  • Bachelor of Science (Forensic)
  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
  • Admitted to Supreme Court of NSW
  • Legal Aid Criminal Law Panel


  • Netball
  • Karate
  • Travel

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