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Annie Jones

Solicitor

Essential Info

Location: Dalby
Joined: 2017

Practice Area(s)
  • Wills and Estates
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society
  • Darling Downs Young Ag Professionals
Community Involvement
  • Member of Dalby Picnic Races Committee 2019
  • Member of Golden Acres Gala Committee
  • Recipient of RFDS Local Hero Award - 2019
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Annie Jones
Solicitor

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Annie wanted a career that both challenged her and allowed her to develop her analytical thinking and advocacy skills. She enjoyed the study of Law, but the bonus at the end of it was getting the chance to help people every day. She now works in Wills, Estates & Succession Law and Commercial & Property Law.

Hard-working and motivated, Annie began her studies at the University of Queensland before transferring to Central Queensland University to study externally and work full-time in Law firms. She graduated with a Bachelor of Laws then worked as a paralegal in both Commercial Property and Employment Law. Following this, Annie moved west to a small town called St. George where she was employed at a local firm as a paralegal, gaining experience in all areas of the law.

Because she thrives on learning new things, Annie has distinguished research and analytical skills. She is able to decipher complex legal situations in order to deliver the best possible outcomes for her clients.

To find out more about Annie and how she can help you, contact our Dalby team.

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