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 Financial Adviser in Europe.
Steve has previously been a partner in a mid-tier Brisbane CBD firm, the principal of his own firm 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 practice of Succession law and planning 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 groups in actions against the Australian Government, as well as acting as Counsel for several multi-national corporations.
Henry Lee graduated from 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 and became 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.
Dolores is a consultant (paralegal) in our estates and property teams.
Having worked in predecessor firms M.G. Lyons & Co and Rinaudo and Co, she has over 50 years of knowledge and experience in advising clients in relation to estate planning, preparation of wills, probate, administration of estates and powers of attorney. In addition to her deep experience in estates, Dolores regularly assists clients with their property matters in particular negotiating and drafting of leases for commercial properties including those governed by the Retail Shop Leases Act (Qld). Dolores is also fluent in Italian and as such she continues to provide ongoing assistance to the firm’s valued Italian clients.
Dolores’ commitment to the firm’s clients is evidenced by the professional, hands on and efficient approach she adopts in relation to each of the matters in which she is involved. This commitment is reflected by the fact that she has been assisting many clients with their commercial needs over many years.
Commercial and Property Paralegal
Sophie completed her Bachelor of Law and Justice (Honours) from Queensland University of Technology in 2019. She is currently completing her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and will begin her career as a solicitor following admission at the end of 2019. After working for various barristers as a research assistant and gaining experience in both criminal and civil matters, Sophie decided to follow her interest in commercial and property law. Having commenced her career at Quadrio Lee Lawyers in early 2017 as the conveyancer, she now attends to a variety of commercial and property matters including:
- residential and commercial conveyancing;
- retirement village contracts;
- easement matters;
- parliamentary inquiries;
- contractual and commercial disputes;
- debt recovery;
- drafting loan agreements and mortgages; and
- drafting and reviewing various agreements and deeds
Ebony is a recent graduate of Griffith University, where she attained her Bachelor or Laws and Bachelor of Business in Management. She will be finishing her Practical Legal Training (PLT) at the end of 2019.
Ebony joined the firm late 2017 starting as the firm’s legal secretary and is now involved in a range of matters including estate administration, estate litigation, guardianship matters, Wills and Enduring Power of Attorney preparation.
She has a keen interest in developing her legal skills further and looks forward to a long career with the firm.