Our Partners

Stephen Quadrio

Steve was admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 1978. Steve has practiced as a Criminal Barrister in the National Court of Justice, Papua New Guinea, and also acted as a registered Financial Adviser in Europe.

Steve has previously been a partner in a mid tier Brisbane CBD firm, the principal of his own firm for 10 years and a partner in a regional firm with offices in Queensland country and the Brisbane CBD.

Steve has extensive experience in the general practice of law and although no longer practicing in Criminal Law is often retained to conduct criminal Appeals.

Steve is highly competent in the succession law field and conducts many hearings in Queensland Courts.

Steve has travelled extensively and is familiar with the legal process in Europe and the South Pacific.

Steve has had a long association with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island community in Australia, representing many tribal groups in actions against the Australian Government, as well as acting as Counsel for several multi-national corporations.

Henry Lee

Henry Lee

Henry Lee is a graduate of the University of Queensland with a dual Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts Degree. He was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia in 2002.

Henry has had a very long and loyal association with this firm, having begun his legal career here as a paralegal clerk whilst he was still a university student. He progressively worked his way up over the years before eventually becoming a director in October 2010 and the firm he has been part of since even before practicing law now bears his name.

Henry has over a decade of experience in general legal practice, particularly in the areas of commercial property leases and family law litigation, including successful appeal that has become legal precedent.

Born in Taiwan, raised in New Zealand and educated in Australia, Henry can speak two dialects of the Chinese language (Mandarin and Hokkien) fluently. He is also very well known within Brisbane’s Taiwanese community.