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Articles by Bella Duncan

Bella Duncan

Content Writer

Bella Duncan is a Content Writer at Sprintlaw and is extremely passionate about making the law understandable and effective.

Bella is currently completing a B. Law (Honours) and B. Psychology (Honours) at Macquarie University. While completing her degree, Bella has had legal experience in both large and boutique law firms. Bella has particular experience in privacy, business and construction law. With an interest in public policy and governance, Bella has also gained experience in the public sector. Currently completing her law honours thesis at university, Bella is very passionate about law reform, particularly in regard to domestic abuse.

With Psychology as Bella’s other degree, she has extensive experience working with individuals with disabilities, particularly children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bella has always thoroughly enjoyed working with people with disabilities and, as such, understands that that the law and legal concepts must be communicated simply and effectively. Bella is also passionate about the role the law plays within the family unit and has started a blog called A Kid With Two Homes that aims to create an informative and relatable platform focusing on divorce, separation and family conflict.

As a result of Bella’s experience through her studies and work she has come to realise the necessity of making the law understandable and effective. Bella’s writing is often motivated by her passion to assist small businesses in achieving success by getting their legals right. Expecting to graduate in 2022, Bella is very keen to continue working in the legal sector with an ultimate objective to make the law understandable and effective.

A Guide To The Sale Of Goods Act (NSW) – 2021

If your business deals with buying or selling goods, the…


by Bella Duncan • July 22, 2021

Jail Time For Underpaying Staff: Anti-Wage Theft Laws (VIC)

As of 1 July 2021, it is a criminal offence…


by Bella Duncan • July 7, 2021

Do I Need To Pay My Staff A Minimum Rate If They Are Being Paid A Piece Rate?

Yes.  You do have to pay your staff a minimum…


by Bella Duncan • July 7, 2021

What Is A Public Benevolent Institution?

Are you a charity that is registered or seeking to…


by Bella Duncan • June 29, 2021

Hiring Fairly: What Is Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)?

Your business should always strive to promote equality, safety and…


by Bella Duncan • May 31, 2021

Can I Force My Employees To Get The COVID-19 Vaccine?

The COVID-19 vaccine is finally here.  So, can you force…


by Bella Duncan • May 13, 2021

Breaking Down NEW Casual Worker Laws (2021)

We have some exciting news! The Fair Work Amendment (Supporting…


by Bella Duncan • April 19, 2021

Beware: Why Your Charity May Be Disqualified

If you run a charity, you are probably thinking –…


by Bella Duncan • April 8, 2021

Does Your Small Business Have An Effective Cancellation Policy? Here’s Why It Should

In the year 2021, nothing is certain.  Having an effective…


by Bella Duncan • March 18, 2021

How To Implement An Effective Complaint Policy

Receiving a complaint about your business can be daunting. As…


by Bella Duncan • March 16, 2021

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