Kate Murray


Kate is an Attorney at Broadhurst with over 12 years’ broad experience as a litigator in civil and commercial disputes and as a drafter of primary and secondary legislation.

Prior to joining Broadhurst, Kate worked for the Portfolio of Legal Affairs in the Cayman Islands government, drafting legislation in a variety of areas including financial services, anti-money laundering, environment, and government administration. Kate also worked for the Office of Parliamentary Counsel in Victoria, Australia, drafting complex legislation.

In Australia, Kate worked for a leading international law firm, practising primarily in employment law and commercial litigation. During that time, Kate advised on all aspects of the employment relationship, drafted contracts and represented individuals, as well as corporate and public sector clients, in disputes. 

Kate was also Senior Associate to the Honourable Justice Macaulay of the Trial Division of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia, assisting in a wide range of cases, including cases involving professional liability, personal injury, defamation, and property disputes.


Kate graduated from Monash University in Australia in 2011 with a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and a Bachelor Arts. 

Kate was called as a Barrister and Solicitor to the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia in 2011 and admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in the Cayman Islands in 2024.

Kate has worked as a volunteer solicitor with various community legal centres in Melbourne, Australia and as an employment mentor to women experiencing disadvantage and domestic violence. 

In her free time, Kate enjoys surfing and learning Spanish and piano.