Queensland Law Society (QLS) is the peak representative body for the legal profession in Queensland, providing leadership, guidance and support for more than 13,000 members, across all categories. QLS holds specific statutory responsibilities under the Legal Profession Act 2007. QLS empowers good lawyers, advocates for good law and serves the public good by providing a clear and passionate voice for solicitors and the legal profession in Queensland. We engage with government, the public and the legal community on issues of importance to the profession.

Grant Thornton

Grant Thornton Australia provides audit, tax and advisory services to dynamic businesses around the country. We pride ourselves on helping our clients unlock their potential for growth. We are committed to being responsive to our clients’ needs and to working with them to achieve the goals and aspirations they have for themselves and their organisations.


PEXA’s world-first digital settlement platform has revolutionised the way we exchange property in Australia. By providing quicker access to the proceeds of a sale and near real-time tracking on property settlements, our network of financial institutions and legal and conveyancing firms helps over 20,000 families a week safely settle their homes. Our online conveyancing platform provides a streamlined and collaborative property exchange process that was built by the industry, for the industry.

Bar Association of Queensland

The Association was established in 1903 as the professional body representing the interests of members of the Bar practising in Queensland. Whilst the scope and functions of the Association have broadened since its establishment, its primary goals of promoting the rule of law and maintaining the high ethical standards of the Bar remain in place. Since July 2004, the Association has assumed important regulatory responsibilities under the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld) and issues practising certificates for local legal practitioners who wish to practise as a barrister.


The North Queensland Law Association was formed on 25 January 1959. The North Queensland Law Association was the first Regional District Law Association outside of a major capital city and since its formation has continued to be one of the most active District Law Associations in Queensland.
One of the main functions of the North Queensland Law Association is to organise an annual conference which alternates between Mackay, Townsville and Cairns each year.

BRI Ferrier

BRI Ferrier experts specialise in services that help financially distressed businesses to recover, change and renew. BRI Ferrier help insolvent businesses to minimise the fallout of formal administration. We also use our forensic accounting skills to support clients who face litigation, arbitration and regulatory scrutiny.