Yoni UngarLawyer, Warlows Legal
Yoni joined the Warlows Legal team in 2015 as an Arts/Law student, majoring in human rights, at Monash University. He graduated at the end of 2016 and has since joined the firm as a full-time lawyer.
In 2015 Yoni received The Dulcie and Bethune Prize for Law of Employment.
While studying, Yoni wrote an Honours Thesis regarding the need to regulate internships. He also volunteered at the National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide in Kigali, Rwanda.
Yoni has gained experienced in debt collection, commercial law and contracts, dispute resolution, employment law, property and conveyancing law. He also assists in building and construction, charities and not-for-profit law.
He speaks conversational Hebrew and Spanish and is learning Portuguese as well. In his spare time, he enjoys listening to music, suffering through Carlton football matches and developing his kitchen skills. He likes to volunteer his time for community organisations and has a passion for assisting people with disabilities.