I am Waanyi and Kalkadoon.
I have a national practice and specialise in class actions and native title.
I have appeared in two landmark class actions, Wotton v State of Queensland  FCA 1457, (the Palm Island Case), Australia’s largest racial discrimination case and Pearson v State of Queensland (No 2)  FCA 619, (Stolen Wages QLD) Australia’s largest human rights case.
I am ranked in Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific and Doyle’s Guide for my work in the native title jurisdiction.
In 2020 I was appointed to the Griffith University Council.
In 2017 I was the recipient of the National Indigenous Legal Professional of the Year Award. In 2017 I was also appointed to the Board of Legal Aid Queensland.
In 2016 I was recognised by Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific as one of Australia's Outstanding Young Lawyers.
In 2013 I received the Griffith University, Outstanding Arts, Education and Law, Young Alumnus of the Year Award.
In 2009 I was an associate to the late Honourable Peter Dutney in the Supreme Court of Queensland.
In 2008 I was awarded the Griffith University’s Rubin Hurricane Carter Award for Commitment to Social Justice.
I am also interested in technology and am one of the founders of wrk.com.au.