Cimon Burke - Lawyer

Cimon’s drive and passion for her work is contagious.


Cimon is charismatic and has boundless energy (she runs for fun: enough said).

Her approach to assisting clients is strategic, practical and holistic. A quintessential ‘people person’, Cimon’s drive and passion for her work is contagious.

She has been working as a specialist local government practitioner since 2007 in both advisory and advocacy roles. With a complete understanding of council operations and the risk and regulatory frameworks that govern good decision-making, and her vast knowledge across multiple specialty areas including CWMS, roads, traffic management, public health, animal management and rates, Cimon is a trusted advisor across a diverse range of public sector operations and projects.

Cimon regularly provides advice to councils in relation to property and commercial matters, from compulsory land acquisitions and community land management, through to leasing and project development. Known for her thorough and pragmatic approach, Cimon is experienced in contract drafting and draws upon her governance and risk management knowledge to deliver commercial solutions that achieve clients’ objectives.

Her broad experience and specialist knowledge, combined with her charisma, set her apart. Her efficient nature, commercial acumen and dedication to finding solutions to challenging problems ensures that she exceeds client expectations time and again.

Known as a knowledgeable and engaging presenter, Cimon turns complex and dry legal information into interesting and relevant topics.

Outside of work, Cimon enjoys spending time with her young family and participating in Saturday morning park runs.



  • Specialisations


  • Affiliations

    Local Government Authorised Persons Association Inc
    Environmental Health Australia Inc (SA)
    Revenue Professionals SA

  • Something you wouldn’t know

    Cimon speaks Italian and French.

  • Favourite quote

    “Leadership is a way of thinking, a way of acting and, most importantly, a way of communicating.” Simon Sinek