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Zoran GelicLLB(Hons), BA(Dist.), GradDipLegPrac, LLM(Dean's Hons)
Legal Practice Director
Zoran is an experienced commercial, property and dispute resolution lawyer (with more than a decade of licenced legal experience). Prior to establishing ADVIILAW, Zoran practised law as a qualified barrister and nationally accredited mediator, specialising in Court advocacy, evidence and civil procedure.
Zoran has also recently graduated with a Master of Laws (Dean’s Honours) from the University of Queensland.
Zoran has delivered high quality legal services to clients across many different industries and his unique skills, experience and expertise allow him to identify precisely what the real issues are, and what legal and practical solutions will best achieve the client’s desired outcomes.
Zoran is friendly, professional and responsive, and will always work closely with his clients to ensure that their legal experience is as seamless and cost effective as possible.
Admissions & Memberships
Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland
Admitted to the High Court of Australia
Member of Queensland Law Society
Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts (Distinction)
Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
Master of Laws (Dean’s Honours)
Bar Exams and Bar Practice Course (BPC65)
t: 07 3088 7937
f: 07 3112 1992
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