Park Connie (1)

Connie Park



Connie is a unique asset to BDN Lawyers, being fluent in English and Korean as well as being registered as a Migration Agent.
Connie was born in South Korea and moved to Adelaide in 2000. She commenced employment with BDN Lawyers in 2013 after completing her Bachelor of Law and Commerce at the Australian National University.

Prior to studying law, Connie first aspired to study music having spent countless hours mastering the double bass and piano.

Connie’s practice areas include:

  • Conveyancing
  • Property law including subdivisions
  • Commercial transactions
  • Family law
  • Migration law
  • General litigation
  • Wills and Estates
  • Building Disputes
  • Employment Law
  • Debt matters (NSW and ACT) and Bankruptcy
  • Criminal Law.

Given her unique background, Connie regularly undertakes legal work for members of the Korean community. In addition to her legal and musical pursuits, Connie enjoys hiking and spending time with her friends and family. She is also undertaking studies in Masters of Applied Law (Commercial Transactions) and Wills and Estates.

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Dear valued clients

No doubt you are aware of the many challenges COVID-19 has presented for us all.  Here at BDN we are continuing to provide legal services for all of our clients.

But we are working differently; many of our staff are now working remotely from home. 

We will now communicate with you over the phone, via email or using video link as much as we can. 

If we do need to meet with you, for example to sign a will or a contract, we will only meet with you by prior arrangement and when this is essential.  We will ask you to observe our strict hygiene practices.

We are working very hard to ensure that your needs are met and that our staff are safe.

From time to time, there may be a slight delay in responding to you.  Please be patient and know that we are still here for you.

the partner, solicitors and staff

Baker Deane and Nutt


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