Kathryn Magnolia-Feeley

Kathryn-Magnolia Feeley, educated at Loreto and with degrees in Education, Classical Archaeology, Business, Law, Counselling and Psychology, was admitted to the High Court of Australia as a Barrister-at-Law and has cases published in the Commonwealth Law Reports and the Federal Court Reports.
Her publications on workplace bullying in hospitals has been praised by members of the USA medical profession and her legal argument for the Return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece has been endorsed by His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, Spiritual Leader of Eastern Orthodox Christians, worldwide.
Kathryn-Magnolia has enjoyed a varied career spanning business, tourism in the marlin industry, university law lecturer, archaeologist in Greece & Egypt and a commissioned officer in Naval Intelligence (RANR).
Her leading Federal Court case on migration has become case law for Resident Return Visas and has influenced subsequent cases enabling many people to call Australia home.
Kathryn-Magnolia’s practice includes family law, child protection, migration and she is a law & motivational speaker on the conference circuit.

“Absolutely excellent” – Queensland Law Society

“The feedback has been excellent with delegates commenting on how motivating and informative your talk with them was. I believe that you struck a chord with many of them” – Dr Anthony Gray – Manager Community Education, Queensland Law Society.

“Thank you for your informative presentation, and the Institute has received numerous phone calls requesting the notes (be) made available” – Tracey Harvey, Australian Human Resources Institute.

“Entertaining and Informative. Thank you most sincerely…we all enjoyed your dynamic and motivating presentation” – Australian Institute of Psychiatrists.

“You are the cleverest lady I got to know in Australia, hardworking, helpful and kind” – Huda, Iraq.

“The Corporate Training rapidly increased the dynamics of our corporation to emerge internationally as a leader in our field. Kathryn-Magnolia motivated the entire organisation with positive impact and the globalisation of our expansion has subsequently produced significant profits…(and)… turned staff from “employees” into “motivators, communicators and marketers”. A dynamic, practical, proven success” – Damian Griffiths – South Africa, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Djakarta.