Pro bono work assists Qld Ballet

McCullough Robertson Lawyers has provided pro bono legal support for the establishment of Queensland Ballet’s Endowment Fund called the Forever Fund.

Aaron Dahl, Partner at McCullough Robertson Lawyers, expressed the firm’s enthusiasm for the partnership.

“Our relationship with Queensland Ballet dates back to 2006 and we are delighted to formalise this new partnership and continue our support for Queensland Ballet,” he said.

“Long-term relationships with our clients and community partners are part of our DNA and we recognise the importance of nurturing artistic endeavours and are proud to contribute to the success of such a renowned cultural institution.”

Rachael Walsh, Director of Development and Endowment at Queensland Ballet, emphasised the significance of strategic partnerships in the arts sector.

“Partners play a vital role in sustaining organisations like Queensland Ballet. We are grateful for McCullough Robertson Lawyers’ commitment to our cause and appreciate their dedication to fostering a vibrant arts community together,” she said.


“The Forever Fund marks the beginning of the next phase of Queensland Ballet’s journey, one that is steeped in sustainability, innovation and legacy. The Forever Fund will provide security and stability to our talented artists and arts workers, enable us to plan with integrity, foster innovation and growth, and ensure Queensland Ballet can remain for generations to come.”

The value of pro bono work is being acknowledged with a new category at this year’s QLS Excellence in Law Awards. The Pro Bono Team of the Year Award recognises an outstanding team which is contributing to improving equal access to justice. 

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