Alexander Williams

Solicitor

Alex Williams is a solicitor in Hall Payne’s Employment and Industrial Relations team. Alex, originally from Gladstone, graduated from the University of Queensland with a Law degree and Arts, majoring in International Relations and Indonesian.

Whilst at university, he was a recipient of the prestigious New Colombo Plan Scholarship which allowed him to study the Indonesian language and legal system - particularly its integrity institutions.

Alex began working in the legal industry as an undergraduate student in 2014. Since then he has benefited from experience in medium and large firms, in-house legal teams, the university sector, and public institutions.

“These experiences have strengthened my resolve to help improve the lot of ordinary people. I’m pleased to say that working at Hall Payne has given me a platform to do just that”.

Outside of work, Alex is a keen sportsman and has previously represented Australia and Queensland on youth swimming teams. In his spare time, he continues to pursue a variety of sports including swimming, SCUBA diving and underwater rugby.

Reviews for Hall Payne Brisbane

17 Jan 2022  Google Robyn P

Thank you Jessica Hodge! What a superstar! My experience with Jessica and Hall Payne was at all times one of dealing with consummate professionals.

Jessica over delivered at every turn. She provided solid, pragmatic advice and is sharp as a tack! She saw me through to the Qld Industrial Relations Commission and with her impeccable guidance I received a positive outcome. More importantly to me, I felt validated and vindicated.

29 Nov 2021  Google Kerry C

I had a complex employment matter that had to go initially to the Fair Work Commission. My lawyer Luke Tiley was in every sense awesome in his advocacy, swift & incisive in his response, professional and incredibly talented as an employment lawyer.

I would definitely recommend this firm, and especially Luke Tiley for any employment matter you may have. 5 stars plus.

16 Oct 2021  Facebook Jason N
I had a tough case against opponents with much deeper pockets than myself. I contacted other law firms that you see advertising. They all said my case was either two difficult or I did not have a case at all. By chance Megan Stanley of Hall Payne solicitors was recommended. Megan looked at my case and said she would be happy to act for me. In the end I was awarded a favourable settlement. Megan and her team make you feel from the outset that she is a top level solicitor with a very capable team backing her. I would not hesitate to recommend Hall Payne to anyone. Thanks again for everything, job well done. Jason.
28 Sep 2021  Google Tommy A

Thank you Cale Fryer and Hall Payne Lawyers for the professional service and getting a successful claim in 1st Queensland hard metal exposure. Regards, Tommy A

17 Sep 2021  Google Karen J

Incredibly supportive, professional, competent and individualised services provided by this firm. I can’t recommend them highly enough. Juliana and Linda M have provided invaluable support that went above and beyond while also providing me with the best representation I could hope for. Highly recommended

07 Sep 2021  Google Gary B

When I had some difficulty with a work issue I had to use a Lawyer for the first time and was recommended Kris Birch was wonderful. She was honest and gave me the advice and spent time talking me through all the finer details of the issue.

Kris helped me get the best result and would definitely recommend Kris and if I need to, I would definitely use her legal brain again. Thank You Kris

31 Aug 2021  Google Glenn H

5 star review

10 Aug 2021  Google Joseph T

Leanne has helped my family and me through the AAT review. She has displayed professionalism in her work and always offered true and genuine advices. Her experiences with the AAT has also helped and guided us in many possible ways that you can imagine. It would be daunting without her assistance along the way. Great thank you to Leanne and her firm.

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Recent Blogs by Alexander

Significant changes to Queensland’s interlock program came into effect in September 2021

Queensland Government cracks down on drink driving

On 10 September 2021, a range of new drink driving laws came into effect in Queensland. In this blog, we explore the significant changes related to the interlock program and compulsory drink driving education.

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Your rights if detained for police questioning in Queensland

Detained for police questioning (Qld)

If you are suspected of having committed a criminal offence and you refuse to voluntarily participate in an electronically recorded interview with police, it is possible that you may be detained for the purpose of questioning.

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What happens at my first court date?

Criminal charges in Queensland; what happens at my first court date?

If you choose not to seek legal advice (strongly recommended) regarding your criminal charges, this article is designed to give you an outline of what to expect during the initial court process.

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Peace and Good Behaviour Orders QLD

What is a Peace and Good Behaviour Order (Qld)?

If you believe you are being harassed, and the offending conduct is causing you to fear for your safety, you may be able to make an application for a peace and good behaviour order (PGBO) against the person harassing you.

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