She's had a conviction recorded, but no jail time.
The judge was quite sympathetic and acknowledged she took steps to tell the truth (entering witness protection), but would record a conviction regardless.
We'll see what the Law Institute make of this.
UPDATE: Herald Sun
Lawyer convicted, but avoids jail term
ZARAH Garde-Wilson, the gangland lawyer who refused to give evidence at the trial of those accused of her boyfriend's murder, was convicted today of contempt of court but avoided jail.
Garde-Wilson, 27, claimed she feared for her safety if she appeared on the witness stand after one of her partner's killers, Keith George Faure, threatened her life if she gave evidence.
Justice David Harper convicted her of contempt of court, but did not impose further punishment.
No, that's because disbarring will now probably take place.
..and that is punishment enough.