Maya Ranganathan


Maya is a highly skilled analyst and legal researcher.  With experience as a commercial barrister’s research assistant, including in the fast-paced environment of preparing for a High Court trial, Maya has been tasked with legal research at its most complex.

As a Paralegal, Maya is adept at finding the details that matter.  Maya’s ability to unearth pertinent case law that pieces together litigation strategy and collate intelligence that cuts through the noise provides polished, structured guidance for Aptum’s lawyers to move clients towards resolution.

A member of the Monash Law Review editorial committee, Maya is passionate about the machinations and evolution of the law.  Maya is enamoured by legal industry icons and judges who embody an empathic, utilitarian approach to legal decisions and their impact on society – a philosophy she carries into her work at Aptum.

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