Our Team

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Katherine Thomas

CEO

Katherine's 20-year career in the legal sector couldn't be more perfectly aligned to creating Free Range Lawyers. Having chosen the legal business rather than legal practice path, she held a number of roles at major U.K. firms covering marketing, sales, learning & development and knowledge management. More recently, through her own consulting business run from Australia, she has advised law firms from Canada and the U.K. to New Zealand and a lot in-between on strategy and sales.

Most relevant to Free Range Lawyers is her work in establishing and growing the flexible resourcing service Vario for Pinsent Masons, taking it from an idea to a thriving business in under three years. She remains one of few people with a deep, global insight into flexible resourcing in the law.

Katherine is Teaching Fellow on the Master of Legal Business course provided by The College of Law, Australia. She is a lecturer for the College of Law in Western Australia, a member of the Law Consultancy Network, a panel member for the College of Law Centre for Legal Innovation in Western Australia, a regular contributor to publications such as LegalBusinessWorld and Remaking Law Firms and speaks at events worldwide.

For more on Katherine's experience and qualifications, take a look at her Linkedin page.

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Bailey Bosch

Director of People and Culture

Bailey has extensive experience in the use of psychological assessment in both in organisational and clinical settings. In addition to her client work, Bailey has developed a parallel career in academia, working in university teaching and research positions for the last 15 years.

A firm believer in an evidence-based approach, she is an avid consumer of psychological research and has contributed to several research groups during her career. Bailey holds a PhD in psychology and is currently completing her Master of Psychology in Organisational Psychology. She has membership with the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the Society of Industrial and Organisational Psychology Australia (SIOPA) (Student) and her work is anchored in evidenced-based theories and techniques. Bailey runs her own consultancy for those organisations and individuals who wish to achieve work/life/family integration.

For more on Bailey's experience and qualifications, take a look at her Linkedin page.

Our purpose is to harness the benefit of
untethered working for individual
lawyers, for progressive mid-tier law
firms, for families and for communities.

Cultivating what matters

We’re more than a bunch of people earning money (although that’s important). We’re a collective of lawyers and law firms who believe in the power of untethered working to make lives and businesses better.