COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Boards & Committees

The Enterprise Legal team is proud to volunteer their time on a number of boards and committees. Currently, our team members are involved with the following organisations:

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TOOWOOMBA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Firm Director Peta Gray was elected to the Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce Board in October 2018, where she now provides her expert legal and business knowledge.

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UDIA - TOOWOOMBA BRANCH

Firm Director Sharné Lategan was appointed to the Board of the Toowoomba Branch of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) in early 2019. Sharné brings her valuable building and construction law knowledge to the role.

Women Lawyers Association of Queensland

WOMEN LAWYERS ASSOCIATION OF QUEENSLAND

Principal Legal Director Amie Mish-Wills was appointed to the Management Committee of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland (WLAQ) in 2020. The WLAQ is an organisation dedicated to women who are jurists, practising professionals, legal academics, legal graduates and students of law. As an association of professionals, they seek to help members directly and indirectly by raising awareness and advocating for change regarding issues facing women in law.

Downs and South West Queensland Law Association

DOWNS AND SOUTH WESTERN QUEENSLAND LAW ASSOCIATION

Legal Advisor Anna Fanelli was appointed to the Management Committee of the Downs and South Western Queensland Law Association (DSWLA) in 2020. The DSWLA provides its members with an array of events which focus on both networking and education through professional development programs and courses.

Community Initiatives

In addition to volunteering on boards and committees, our team is also involved in the following community initiative:

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MENTOR IN THE HOUSE (LEGAL) - CANVAS COWORKING

Firm Director Peta Gray holds a volunteer position as the Legal Mentor In-The-House at local co-working organisation Canvas Coworking, where she provides free legal advice to assist aspiring entrepreneurs to progress their business ideas in a legally-compliant manner, while also sharing her own experiences as a start-up business owner. As part of this scheme, Peta spends three hours on the first Friday of each month co-working in Canvas' space and interacting with their members and providing advice in an accessible, familiar environment. Click here to find out more.