State & National

When asked to serve on a state or national or an indigenous people’s board, we do not take the opportunities lightly. An invitation to present before sector and industry, government, legal peers and business audiences is a privilege we do not take for granted.

Being given recognition

as an authority in specialist practice areas has also been an honour as we seek to serve Australia. We have found making considered, measured submissions that shares legal knowledge, advice, and insight have, in some circumstances, assisted in carrying law reform forward.

Some of the opportunities we’ve been given include:

Indigenous communities
  • Empowering indigenous communities in native title negotiations.
  • Serving and assisting indigenous churches and indigenous corporations
  • Providing governance oversight to a large church movement.
  • Serving on various not-for-profit associations in the areas of nutrition and philanthropy.
  • Serving on a number of QLD Law Society sub-committees, including:
    • Not for profit law committee
    • Accident compensation & tort law committee
    • Innovation committee
    • Migration law consulting committee
    • Future leaders committee
  • We have delivered technical papers and presentations to:
    • Queensland School Registrar Association
    • Queensland Baptists
    • Associated Christian Schools
    • Australian Christian Churches Queensland & Northern Territory
    • Lawsense
    • Legalwise
  • Serving and partnering with associations that have national reach in areas of:
    • education
    • ministry advancement
    • law reform.
  • Presenting legal technical papers to national audiences across Australia in person and in studio.

Beyond our borders

We are grateful that our reach and influence has gone beyond our borders.

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