Experienced solicitor Parkes law firm's newest recruit

WELCOME TO THE FOLD: Solicitor Reanna Steventon brings a vast array of experience to the MatthewsWilliams team. Photo: Supplied.

WELCOME TO THE FOLD: Solicitor Reanna Steventon brings a vast array of experience to the MatthewsWilliams team. Photo: Supplied.

Reanna Steventon, solicitor, is MatthewsWilliams newest recruit.

Reanna was admitted to the Supreme Court in 2006 and holds a double degree in Arts / Law majoring in Psychology.

She also attained a Masters of Law from the University of Sydney in 2013.

For the past two years, Reanna has maintained employment with a national Sydney based company, but recently decided to become more embedded in the Parkes community and forgo the travel associated with that role, which is when she joined MatthewsWilliams.

Prior to this Reanna spent 11 years in Sydney working for a national mid-tier law firm, an international top-tier law firm and in-house for one of Australia's largest international insurance broking firms acting on behalf of and advising national and international insurers.

In these roles, Reanna advised insurers and their insured clients in a vast number of areas including professional liability, employment law, workers compensation, personal injury, property disputes, insurance and commercial law.

She also has experience and an interest in family law, mediation and criminal law.

Along with all of this, Reanna will also look after conveyancing and wills and estates.

She is looking forward to assisting clients in Parkes and the surrounding community with any legal need.

Reanna is married to local boy Tristan Steventon, who is the director of a local drone company, Stevtech.

The couple moved here two years ago to escape the chaotic Sydney lifestyle, be closer to family and allow their three energetic children to grow up in the country.

In her free time, Reanna loves to be in the outdoors and spend time with her family and her German Shepherd, Pepper, out on the farm.

When she is not looking after her three young vibrant children, you will find her tending to her chickens or walking Pepper.

Reanna and her family are also members of the local Baptist Church.