I am proud to have assisted both white collar and blue collar members in ensuring their rights in the workplace were recognised and their hard fought employment conditions were not eroded.
Having been a Union Organiser and Industrial Officer in a career spanning over 20 years in industrial relations, Paul Spoto has always had a passion for the protection of workers’ rights. He works in our employment and industrial team.
“I am proud to have assisted both white collar and blue collar members in ensuring their rights in the workplace are recognised and their hard fought employment conditions are not eroded.”
Paul began working at Hall Payne as a Research Clerk in 2014, whilst completing his law degree. Admitted as a lawyer to the Supreme Court in 2017, Paul has worked in the firm’s employment and industrial relations and wills and estates teams.
Paul’s role at Hall Payne sees him assist nurses and midwives respond to complaints about their conduct, health or performance to the Health Quality and Complaints Commission (HQCC), AHPRA and the Health Ombudsman as well as assisting clients with their estate planning needs.
Paul is a current member of the Queensland Law Society.
Outside of work, Paul enjoys time with his family, watching football and going to the gym.