Leaders in Criminal Law & Employment Law Brisbane

Criminal Lawyers Brisbane

We are leaders in criminal law and professional misconduct law in Queensland.

At Gilshenan & Luton your case is in expert hands.

We’re independently named, year on year, one of the top tier criminal law firms in Queensland. 

Employment Lawyers Brisbane

Gilshenan & Luton offers professional legal services in all aspects of employment law.

Our employment law team recognises that industrial law is complex and at times overwhelming.

With this is mind, Gilshenan & Luton is passionate about providing you with timely and detailed professional advice in response to all of your employment law queries and concerns.

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Latest Articles

Your rights when police come to your home

Your rights when police come to your home

An unexpected visit from the police, asking questions or saying they have a search warrant to go through your house, is a very confronting event. If you find yourself in this position, it is important you are aware of the extent of police powers, and your rights in responding to them.
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A guide to applying for parole in Queensland

A guide to applying for parole in Queensland

When a defendant is sentenced to a term of imprisonment, they will typically be released at some time during their jail sentence on parole. This article looks at the process of applying for parole and how the Parole Board determines that application.
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Car stealing and unlawful use or possession of motor vehicles

Car stealing and unlawful use or possession of motor vehicles

With the “youth crime” crisis being a hot topic of public debate at the moment, the offence of car stealing is never far from the media spotlight. Stories of victim’s cars being stolen - often accompanied by home security footage showing the offenders in the act - feature regularly on the nightly news bulletins.
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Post-employment restraint of trade

Post-employment restraint of trade

A restraint of trade clause, in various forms, may be included in an employment contract, usually at the commencement of employment. A post-employment restraint will be considered at the completion of the employment relationship. The purpose of post-employment restraints is to protect legitimate business interests of the employer.
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