Founder and Principal Solicitor
Leah is a Palawa woman from Tasmania and is the Managing Director and Principal Solicitor for Marrawah Law, the only 100% Indigenous owned, operated and Supply Nation certified law firm in Queensland and one of the largest in Australia.
In additional to leading and managing the firm, Leah’s primary areas of practice are property law (specialising in native title and cultural heritage law) and commercial law. Leah has experience working for government, representative bodies and in private practice.
She is a passionate advocate for the procurement of goods and services from Indigenous businesses and is often called upon to provide training and mentoring for other businesses across the country.
The passion Leah has for her work is unwavering and has assisted her in achieving six native title consent determinations to date. Her greatest honour was being asked to negotiate and repatriate her ancestors’ remains from the British Museum in London on behalf of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community.
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Marrawah Law is a multi-award winning Indigenous legal practice independently certified by Supply Nation as 100% Indigenous-owned, controlled and managed company, find out more what services we can offer you.
Marrawah Law represents the combined strengths of two firms and over 75 years’ experience in the practice of law for government, corporate and Indigenous clients:
Founder & Principal Solicitor