About Jessica

Jessica Abelsohn (nee Goulburn) is a professional and dedicated freelance writer with more than five years experience in the publishing industry.

Jessica started her professional career as an editorial assistant with a renowned legal publishing house before accepting a paralegal role with a television company. She then moved into the niche market of custom publishing and content marketing.

With exceptional interview skills, subediting experience and an eye for detail, Jessica’s expertise lies in parenting, lifestyle, finance, legal, real estate and profile writing. She also has seven years of sports writing experience, developing match reports and season updates for the community newspaper and newsletter as Public Relations Coordinator of her local netball club.

In 2011, Jessica was one of three finalists in the Melbourne Law School Centre for Media and Communications Law Medal, with her article Straw, Sticks or Bricks — How to Stop the Big Bag Wolf from Piggbacking, a legal paper exploring the complex world of wireless networks and the vulnerability of unsecured networks.

Jessica is also available for proofreading and copywriting, including website and advertising collateral.

Jessica will do all that is needed, and more, to make sure an article is interesting, relatable and 100 per cent perfect.

Jessica attended the University of New South Wales completing a Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) and a Juris Doctor postgraduate legal degree. She also completed a short-course in photojournalism at the University of Technology Sydney. Other than writing, Jessica is also a skilled video producer with experience shooting and editing corporate short films.  

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