Prudence Harrison


Prudence graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in Marketing) in 2019. Prudence completed part of her studies abroad studying International Commercial Law at the University of Ghent in Belgium and University College in London (UCL). 

Throughout her time at University, Prudence volunteered in the Curtin Law Clinic, providing pro bono legal advice. She was also extensively involved with the University’s mentoring program, assisting first year law students with the transition into university life. 

Prudence completed her Practical Legal Training through the Piddington Justice Project. Outside of work Prudence enjoys staying active and spending her spare time at the beach with her dogs.

Prudence was admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia on 6 November 2020.