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Kelcey & Hall

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  • Ian Kelcey

    Ian Kelcey

    Senior Partner, Solicitor and Higher Courts Advocate, Fraud, Regulatory & Complex Crime Specialist

  • Gill Hall

    Gill Hall

    Partner, Solicitor and Head of Family Law Team

  • Billy Olaniyi

    Billy Olaniyi

    Solicitor and Higher Court Advocate and Duty Solicitor Qualified

  • James Williams

    James Williams

    Solicitor, Duty Qualified, Police Station Accredited

  • Jane Taylor

    Jane Taylor

    Solicitor and Higher Court Advocate, and Duty Solicitor

  • Katherine Sproson

    Katherine Sproson

    Solicitor

  • Amanda Thornton

    Amanda Thornton

    Solicitor and Higher Courts Advocate, Police Station and Court Duty Solicitor

  • Zina Ruffino

    Zina Ruffino

    Family and Child Care Solicitor

  • Oliver Johnston

    Oliver Johnston

    Trainee Solicitor & Accredited Police Station Representative

  • Nick Kelcey

    Nick Kelcey

    Accredited Police Station Representative General and Complex Crime Specialist Caseworker

  • Ian Calloway

    Ian Calloway

    Accredited Police Station Representative

  • Nathan Beese

    Nathan Beese

    Accredited Police Station Representative

JANE TAYLOR - LLB(Hons) PGd(Law),SA(HC)

Solicitor and Higher Court Advocate, and Duty Solicitor

Jane specialises in criminal law and has worked exclusively in this field for more than 20 years. She has gained experience in all areas of criminal litigation and has expertise in a wide range of cases, including murder, serious violence, serious sexual offences including historical rape. She has also dealt with fraud, drug offences, theft, money laundering and motoring issues. Jane is a Duty qualified solicitor providing advice and assistance at both the Police Station and in the Magistrates Court.

Jane is also a Higher Court Advocate and has held her Higher Rights in the Crown Court since 2005. She is a competent Trial advocate and has successfully defended numerous cases.