Alexandra Lioudvigova

LLB, BComm (Economics)
Area of law:
Administrative decision making and review, Disciplinary proceedings and prosecutions, Information management, privacy and data protection, Civil litigation and dispute resolution (including personal injury)

Alexandra is a solicitor specialising in administrative, regulatory and criminal law. As part of her practice, she provides both advice and litigation services on a wide range of matters, including:

  • conducting merits and judicial review matters in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal and Victorian courts
  • advising decision-makers and regulators as to the scope of their powers
  • prosecution of summary and indictable offences on behalf of regulators and statutory authorities
  • disciplinary proceedings and professional misconduct
  • advising agencies in relation to their obligations under the Freedom of Information Act 1982
  • assisting the Attorney-General in their role as Protector of Charities under the Charities Act 1978.

Alexandra joined the VGSO as a Law Graduate in 2021. Throughout her graduate year, she gained experience in a wide range of matters across numerous areas of law, including: employment, administrative, criminal, personal injury, commercial, IP/IT, native title, and property law. As part of this work, Alexandra has advised on litigation proceedings across many jurisdictions, including the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, the Magistrates' Court, and the Supreme Court of Victoria.

Prior to joining the VGSO, Alexandra worked as a legal assistant at a migration law firm, and volunteered at an employment law firm as part of her university placement.

Alexandra holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) from Monash University with First Class Honours.

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Reviewed 14 December 2022