Q&A With Senior Criminal Lawyer, Rebecca Fogerty

Rebecca Fogerty has a particular closeness to College. Her firm is just above The College of Law Queensland campus at 140 Ann Street. Across from the courts, we frequently see Rebecca in the lift racing off to court or glued to her mobile phone.

Following Practical Legal Training (PLT) with The College of law, Rebecca waited the five years and then immediately applied for and was granted Queensland Law Society Specialist Accreditation in Criminal Law. Subsequently she was accepted onto the Queensland Law Society’s Criminal Law Committee.

She has volunteered at the Caxton Street Legal Centre; one of the busiest inner city community legal centres and has a continuing interest in human rights law, therapeutic approaches to legal practice and social justice. Continue reading Q&A With Senior Criminal Lawyer, Rebecca Fogerty

Potts Lawyers Brisbane Office Opens!

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(Courier Mail, 8 January 2010)

Flamboyant Gold Coast lawyer Bill Potts opened a Brisbane office this week with plans to expand the base of his already large criminal practice.

Mr Potts, 52, who is well known for his colourful ties and fine turn of phrase, has been involved in some of the biggest criminal cases in the past three decades.

He will retain his Gold Coast office while gradually building his Brisbane work. Continue reading Potts Lawyers Brisbane Office Opens!