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15 Years in the Business

The founding philosophy of Marrawah Law was to provide Indigenous people and their entities with forthright, comprehensive, accurate and culturally appropriate advice and representation in relation to their property and businesses.

When Marrawah Law commenced practice, there was a vast gap between client expectations of appropriate legal advice and what was being delivered.

As an Indigenous woman and solicitor our principal solicitor knows how important it is to ‘do business the right way, not the easy way’.  This is the founding philosophy of the firm to provide culturally appropriate advice and representation in relation to indigenous people’s interests and for the advice to be given by people who know first-hand their experiences and who respect the client’s right to speak for themselves and self-determine.

Leah Cameron Marrawah Law
Principal, Director and Owner

Leah Cameron

Leah is a Palawa woman from Tasmania and the Principal Solicitor and owner of Marrawah Law. Leah’s primary areas of practice are native title, cultural heritage, future acts and commercial
Tomas Cameron Marrawah Law
Senior Solicitor

Thomas Cameron

Thomas is a senior solicitor at Marrawah Law. Coming from a background in general private practice Tom has in-depth experience across the fields of litigation, commercial law, family law, and
Cassie Lang at Marrawah Law

Cassie Lang

Cassie and her family are from the Bundjalung People on the Southern part of the Gold Coast and north coast of New South Wales. Cassie is the Vice President of
Caitlyn Tim Marrawah Law
Administrative Assistant

Caitlyn Tim

Caitlyn is our administrative whiz. She is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander from the Gangalidda, Darnley and Erub Islander mobs with family connections in Papua New Guinea.
Kylie Arlidge

Kylie Arlidge

Kylie is a Cairns local and is from the Badtjala, Gooreng Gooreng and Wakka Wakka clans of southern Queensland. She is currently studying law at James Cook University.