INDIGENOUS

Leading expertise
and lasting results

Marrawah Law are respected advisors whose on ground experience and ability to walk in two worlds place them as leaders in Indigenous law for government, industry and traditional owners.

Our team has over 75 years combined experience in providing advice in relation to native title, culture heritage, future acts, mining and exploration matters.

Our expertise includes acting for applicants and respondents in native title determination applications and in the emerging field of native title compensation we are developing systems and claim precedents for compensable acts.

We also act for clients in all manner of non-freehold land dealings, regulatory approvals, resource projects, construction and other activities where compliance with native title, cultural heritage, local government and land acts are required.

Leah Cameron

Leah Cameron

Founder & Principal Solicitor

Mikaela French

Mikaela French

Solicitor

Kylie Arlidge

Kylie Arlidge

Solicitor

Alex Hohoi

Alex Hohoi

Management Consultant

Emele Tuinona

Emele Tuinona

Business Operations Manager

Caitlyn Tagliaferri

Caitlyn Tagliaferri

Finance Assistant

Joshua Brown

Joshua Brown

Finance Manager

Shenetty Makoti

Shenetty Makoti

Intern/Administrative Assistant

Oliver Gilkerson

Oliver Gilkerson

Consultant

Greg Brown

Greg Brown

Consultant

Ross Mackay

Ross Mackay

Consultant

NAIDOC 2020

NAIDOC 2020

INSIGHTSNAIDOC Week 2020In June the decision was made to postpone NAIDOC Week 2020...

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A Salute to Indigenous Women Lawyers

A Salute to Indigenous Women Lawyers

The overwhelming majority of my staff are Indigenous women. While I’ve made deliberate decisions to employ good Indigenous legal people, I’ve never had the intention to preference women. The reality is that’s how it has worked out for me.

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Working With Indigenous Business

Working With Indigenous Business

I’m the owner of an Indigenous firm and because I’ve been seeing it happen, it always surprises me when I see other businesspeople oblivious to one of the fastest growing sectors in the economy.

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