Our Very Own Tracey McMillan Recognised For Excellence In Family Law
Tracey McMillan, Director of Queensland Law Practice, is known by her professional peers for her ability to win cases that other lawyers may feel are unwinnable
KELVIN GROVE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, October 19, 2015, Tracey McMillan, Director of Queensland Law Practice, has been recognised by Worldwide Branding for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in the legal field.
Tracey McMillan has extensive experience in all areas associated with family law matters. As a result of many great successes in the Family Law Courts, she has gained a reputation as a fierce fighter for a just cause. She was admitted as a Barrister in 2001 specialising in family and criminal law, and by 2008, she had left the bar to work solely as a family law special counsel. This enabled her to have a more hands-on approach with clients prior to opening Queensland Law Practice in 2011.
Her goal was to “create a firm that was different to the normal boring stuffy shirt type firm, and provide an atmosphere where people didn’t feel intimidated by their lawyer but rather felt that they were having a conversation with a friend.” Her clients find her to be understanding and compassionate, and she is recognised by her professional peers for her ability to win cases that other lawyers may feel are unwinnable. She is celebrating her 16th year in the legal industry and thoroughly enjoys consulting with her clients and appearing in court on their behalf.
She excels in all aspects of family law including domestic violence, property matters, divorce, wills, grandparent’s rights, child support and child custody. She attributes her success to her perseverance, passion and commitment, as well as having a strong backbone.
It has been noted by other legal professionals that Ms. McMillan tends to swim against the mainstream current. This oddly fitting analogy does best describe why she became a barrister at the age of 23, in a completely male-dominated industry and why she tends to succeed where others fail. It also describes why she focuses on helping clients navigate the law to get the best desired outcome.
Tracey McMillan received a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Queensland in 2001. She is also an Accredited National Mediator and holds Duty Lawyer Accreditation. She maintains affiliation with the Queensland Law Society.