Lawyers of Queensland

Paul’s journey shows us that it doesn’t matter how long, or how long ago you were in the ‘game,’ because some things don’t change: the opportunity to develop friendships, relationships and the value of adaptability to the unpredictability of life.
Sheetal Deo
Asserting your right to exist, your right to be human, is not a choice, it is a necessity. This message instilled in Karen at an early age and has stayed with her through her legal studies.
Sheetal Deo
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are disproportionately and systemically oppressed by the justice system. I wanted to utilise the privileges I have in accessing tertiary education to gain qualifications in an area where I can become an advocate for, and empower, my people.
Sheetal Deo
I believe there is a lot to be said about taking your time following graduation to not just reflect on what you just achieved, but also to avoid burnout and set some goals and take time for yourself.
Sheetal Deo
Don’t sit idly by to wait for that change to happen and for other people to do that kind of work; be involved, and contribute to the dialogue, and help facilitate the passage of change – even in the simplest of ways.
Sheetal Deo
I credit my journey into the legal profession to a conversation I had with my late-grandmother in England when I was 12 years old.
Sheetal Deo
In 2018, Justice Bradley advised us to “make friends and ask for help” when we go the Bar. This advice applies to junior solicitors too.
Sheetal Deo

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