Founder/Director Robinson Nielsen Legal
Tracey, our Principal Lawyer and Legal Practitioner Director is a highly experienced and qualified legal professional with a background of 26+ years’ experience in commercial legal practice advising a broad range of small to large companies and individuals. She provides both strategic and technical guidance and advice in a broad variety of legal practice areas, adding value across all aspects of a client’s business and commercial operations. Tracey acts for clients within a diverse range of industry sectors including manufacturing, processing, construction, resources, agribusiness, property, professional services, engineering, retail, wholesale and online businesses to name a few.
As Business Operations Manager, Bill leads our team of dedicated staff and is responsible for the day-to-day operational management of Robinson Nielsen Legal.
Bill has over two decades of experience managing large organisations and running his own successful small business. With his extensive expertise, he understands the importance of accessibility and communication when engaging clients, networking, and building the firm. Bill’s unique, client-focused approach helped place Robinson Nielsen Legal as a finalist in the 2018 Australian Small Business Champion Awards.
Miraiya (Mya) grew up in Brisbane and studied at the Queensland University of Technology, graduating in November 2016 with a dual Bachelor of Laws and Justice. Since that time, Mya has completed her Practical Legal Training at Queensland University of Technology and was admitted as a lawyer in February 2018.
Whilst completing her undergraduate studies, Mya also completed a Certificate III in Business and Business Administration.
Mya is a member of Womens Lawyers Association Queensland and is also a member of the Queensland Law Society.
Justice consists not in being neutral between right and wrong, but finding out the right and upholding it, wherever found, against the wrong. – Theodore Roosevelt
Charlotte graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons.) and a Bachelor of Journalism in December 2018. She completed her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at QUT in June 2019 and was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland as a Solicitor in September 2019.
As well as assisting with your legal matters, Charlotte also contributes her journalistic and marketing skills in writing blogs for our website and monitoring our social media accounts. Charlotte is pleased to offer both skillsets to our firm while offering clients excellent service.
You must be the change you wish to see in the world – Ghandi
“For me, having my own firm means I have the freedom to practice law my way. To offer and take time to really listen to my clients, provide uncomplicated and relevant practical advice and outcomes based on real-life solutions that protect their rights, business and brand.”
“Productivity, profit and performance are the by-product of what is created by PEOPLE.”
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