Imogen Downie


Imogen was born and raised in Sale and completed her studies at Deakin University in 2018. Whilst studying, Imogen volunteered at the Victoria Legal Aid office in Ringwood. Imogen joined Sullivan Braham in 2019 as a trainee lawyer and completed her training period in 2020. Imogen gained a broad range of experience during her traineeship and is currently practising in criminal law, intervention order and child protection matters.

With extensive experience in child protection cases, Imogen understands the sensitive nature of these proceedings and she approaches each case with empathy and a deep understanding of the complex dynamics involved, working tirelessly to protect the rights of children and their families.

In addition to her work in child protection, Imogen regularly appears as an advocate in the Magistrates’ Court in a range of traffic and criminal matters, including pleas of guilty, contest mentions, bail applications and intervention orders.

Imogen’s dedication to her clients extends beyond the courtroom. She recognises the emotional toll that legal issues can have on individuals and families, and she provides compassionate support and guidance every step of the way. She appreciates that court proceedings can be stressful and that clients need to have access to the best advice so that they can make an informed decision about their matter.