Renée Bianchi commenced practice as a barrister in 2013.
Before being called to the Bar, Renée was a litigation solicitor, specialising in public liability, product liability, and professional indemnity matters. Since being at the Bar, she has built up a diverse practice in equity, common law, and commercial matters. She appears regularly in a variety of jurisdictions in New South Wales, and the Supreme Court of the ACT.
Renée graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours) and a Bachelor of Laws/Diploma of Legal Practice.
Renée is currently an Executive Committee member of the Women Lawyers Association of New South Wales, leading the Equitable Briefing Policy Subcommittee, and a member of the Women Barristers Forum. She is a Past President of NSW Young Lawyers and a Past Chair of the Young Lawyers Committee of the Law Council of Australia.
She is also a volunteer with Girl Guides Australia and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts; as well as the Board Secretary of the B Miles Women’s Foundation.
Renée was a finalist in the Women Lawyers Association of NSW ‘Barrister of the Year’ category in 2017, and was recently recognised by the University of Newcastle in its 2019 Alumni Awards for her exceptional community service, particularly for her service to the legal profession. Doyle’s Guide has listed her in its Wills and Estates Litigation Leading Lawyers list since 2016, naming her as a Leading Junior Counsel in this area in 2019.