I am passionate about social justice and community organisations
Elliott Dalgleish has experience practising in:
- industrial and employment law;
- public and administrative law and;
- contract and commercial law.
He is a law, business and arts graduate of The University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology. Elliott is admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia.
He is passionate about social justice and community organisations, volunteering at the East Brisbane Community Centre.
Prior to joining Hall Payne Lawyers, Elliott was an Industrial Officer at the Australasian Meat Industry Employees’ Union (Qld & NT). He was formerly a barrister practising at the employed (in-house) and private Bar.
He has experience in interlocutory applications, trials and appeals in the Federal Court of Australia and workplace disputes in the Fair Work Commission. He is a member of the Queensland Law Society, Australian Lawyers for Human Rights, Australian Labour Law Association and Australian Institute of Employment Rights.
Before joining the legal profession, Elliott worked as a saxophonist, administrator, academic and teacher.
His interests outside of law are film, chess, photography, body surfing, bushwalking and boxing. He is an avid follower of all sports, in particular, cricket, rugby union, freestyle fighting and tennis.