The Office of the Child and Family Official Solicitor (OCFOS) congratulates Rhianna Kingsford and Foluke Toye-Salami on their recent admissions to the Supreme Court of Queensland on 11 September 2023.
Rhianna Kingsford completed her Bachelor of Laws at University of Southern Queensland in 2019, before taking time to start a family.
Her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice with Queensland University of Technology was conferred in September 2023, with the work experience component undertaken with OCFOS. Following her admission, Rhianna is joining OCFOS as a legal officer based in Central Queensland.
Foluke Toye-Salami was a qualified lawyer in Nigeria, and completed her Juris Doctor at Griffith University in 2022. Foluke joined OCFOS as a litigation support officer in October 2022 and also undertook work experience with OCFOS as part of her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice with Bond University, which was conferred in August 2023.
Following her admission, Foluke is moving to a graduate legal officer role based in the Gold Coast area.
Both Rhianna and Foluke will practice in child protection law, providing in-house legal services to the Department of Child Safety, Seniors and Disability Services.
VAJ Bryne & Co Lawyers
VAJ Byrne & Co Lawyers have a newly admitted solicitor in the firm – Sophie-Lee Oliver.
Sophie practices in the Gladstone office, assisting clients in general law, criminal law and domestic violence Law. Her team is certain she will excel greatly in her new role and deliver excellent results with her determination.
Olsen Lawyers congratulates William Lambert on being admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland on 11 September 2023.
Following on from the popular Career Moves section, we have introduced a new section called Admissions. We are looking to celebrate all newly admitted solicitors and congratulate them on this significant achievement. Please email details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ensure you include some details of your current role, along with a quality head-and-shoulders image.