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Sharon Choi


Sharon Choi is a designer at Sprintlaw. In 2020, she completed her double degree in science and laws at the University of New South Wales.

While working toward her degree, Sharon built her legal career in a private law practice and community legal centre. During this time she gained a strong interest in social justice, human rights, public policy and law reform. In order to explore these interests further, she contributed to multiple government policy submissions as part of the UNSW Law Society, Kingsford Legal Centre and NSW Young Lawyers Animal Committee.

In these experiences, Sharon found herself enjoying legal research much more than she ever expected herself to. She was determined to continue a career in making legal services and information more accessible for others.

In her final year at university, Sharon developed a particular passion in environmental law and eCommerce. She combined these interests and launched an online platform focused on raising awareness on the harmful environmental effects of the fashion industry. With her experience in running a one-woman business, as well as hearing the experiences of other small businesses in the industry, Sharon deeply empathises with the legal barriers faced by small businesses. Having been on both the legal and business side to the story, she is motivated to make legals easier for others.

Sharon manages the legal content on the Sprintlaw website and distributes it across our social channels, ensuring you’re up-to-date with the latest laws affecting your business. She has previously written for the Australian Human Rights Institute, and was Student Associate Editor for the Australian Journal of Human Rights.

Ultimate Guide To Diego v Deliveroo: The Evolving Gig Economy

On 18 May 2021, the Australian Fair Work Commission delivered…

by Sharon Choi • June 10, 2021

Why You Need A Conflict Of Interest Policy

A conflict of interest arises where an employee’s personal interests…

by Sharon Choi • May 31, 2021

The Gig Economy And Australian Law: What’s Next?

The gig economy, also known as the on-demand economy, has…

by Sharon Choi • February 24, 2021

What To Do If Someone Breaks A Contract

A contract is a legally binding agreement that requires the…

by Sharon Choi • January 28, 2021

5 Easy Ways to Make Your Small Business More Sustainable

Sustainability has been making its way to the forefront of…

by Sharon Choi • December 27, 2020

10 Common Mistakes Small Businesses Make

Having your own small business has some awesome benefits. You…

by Sharon Choi • December 27, 2020


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