- Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland
- Admitted to the High Court of Australia
- Member of the Queensland Law Society
- Community Volunteer with Save the Children (2014)
- Legal Advisor at Gold Coast Community Legal Centre and Advice Bureau Inc. (2013)
- Human Rights Advocate for Aids Legal Network (2014)
“I pride myself on my ability to provide innovative advice and options to protect my clients and avoid the adverse consequences of insolvency”
Kyle Macmillan is a Solicitor with Shine Lawyers’ Commercial Litigation and Insolvency Practice in Brisbane. Alongside a team of legal specialists, Kyle assists individuals, small businesses and large companies through financial hardship, providing guidance to their directors, as well as liquidators and insolvency professionals.
A Gold Coast local, Kyle completed his Bachelor of Laws and Diploma in Legal Practice at Bond University. Before joining the team at Shine, he worked exclusively in Commercial Litigation and Insolvency at a boutique law firm in Brisbane CBD.
As a Solicitor, Kyle prides himself on his ability to provide innovative advice that is tailored to his clients’ individual needs. By providing clear and structured advice to his clients, Kyle is able to assist those facing the prospect of insolvency by identifying and predicting potential risks and possibilities well in advance, to avoid unfavourable outcomes for his clients.
Kyle is a strong advocate for giving back to the community and has an extensive background in volunteer work. He worked as a community volunteer with Save the Children, educating children in Aboriginal communities on the effects of alcohol and drug abuse. He has also served as a legal advisor with Gold Coast Community Legal Centre and Advice Bureau, providing pro bono legal advice to members of the community who were not able to afford legal services.
In 2014, Kyle attended a WHO Conference in Cape Town as a representative for the Aids Legal Network to provide legal insight into matters concerning Aids and HIV. He has been a strong advocate for legal reform in this area.
Whether he is conducting settlement negotiations or drafting proceedings, Kyle maintains a commercial mindset when it comes to his legal work and will endeavour to keep costs down whilst delivering the best possible outcomes for his clients.
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