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‘Barossa in Brisbane’ event raises $10,000 for LifeFlight

LifeFlight Chair the Honourable Robert Borbidge AO and LifeFlight pilot Natalie White at the Barossa in Brisbane event.

Almost 200 members of the Queensland legal fraternity descended on Brisbane’s Eagle Street on Wednesday night to celebrate the new office of Travis Schultz & Partners (TSP), raising more than $10,000 for LifeFlight in the process.

Managing Partner Travis Schultz said the firm had outgrown its previous Brisbane location and had moved to a new city location in Adelaide Street to accommodate a growing team.

Special Counsel and Personal Injury Accredited Specialist Trent Johnson, who manages TSP’s new Brisbane office, said the firm attributed its success to a focus on social justice rather than maximising profits.

“Our experienced and dynamic team firmly believe in our guiding values of fairness, respect, and compassion, and I believe our commitment to being a professional services firm means we always put people before profits,” Mr Johnson said.


Travis Schultz, second from left, with the TSP Brisbane office team: Rourke Osbourne, Starsha Bohane, Stephen Hughes, Trent Johnson, Mark O’Connor and Tim McClymont.

The TSP team invited their guests to experience a ‘Barossa in Brisbane’ wine-tasting while enjoying the city lights and sweeping views from the Story Bridge down to Kangaroo Point.

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