Our People



Warnar Spyker



Warnar has more than 20 years of experience in all areas of commercial litigation and dispute resolution.

After graduating from the University of Western Australia with a combined degree in Law and Science (Physics), he worked in an insurance litigation firm before moving to Blake Dawson (now Ashurst) where he became a Senior Associate. Warnar was then a partner within Cornerstone Legal for 13 years prior to commencing Spyker Legal in May 2017.

Warnar has acted for clients in almost every Court within Western Australia, including appearing in each of the Supreme Court, District Court, Magistrates Court, Federal Court and High Court. He also regularly appears at tribunals including WorkCover WA, the State Administrative Tribunal and the Industrial Relations Commission.

Warnar has a keen understanding of the range of legal issues facing both corporate and individual clients. He is quick to identify which legal outcome is best suited to his client’s unique needs

Known for his clear analysis and strategic vision, Warnar finds succinct and efficient ways of assisting his clients across a diverse range of legal practice areas. Warnar’s strength lies in negotiating tailored solutions to complex matters.

Warnar is passionate about his Christian faith and seeks to conduct his practice consistent with these principles.

Rachel Wong



Rachel graduated from Curtin University in 2018 completing a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts majoring in Journalism.

She then completed 12 months as a research associate for a District Court Judge, providing legal research assistance in criminal jury trials, sentencing for indictable offences and civil chambers matters. In that time, she developed extensive experience in a range of civil appeals, workers compensation and civil litigation, as well as travelling to regional courts around Western Australia.

Rachel has also had experience working in community legal centres and law clinics, assisting clients with complex legal issues and facing financial difficulty.

Rachel was admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia in November 2019.