Eleanor Lynch


Eleanor joined Gilshenan & Luton in early 2017 after working as a Policy Officer with the Queensland Government, where she was involved with the Queensland Parole System Review. Prior to this she worked as a Policy Officer in the Justice portfolio for the Department of Premier and Cabinet, and as a Judge’s Associate.

Eleanor represents clients in a range of criminal law matters and in regulatory investigations and prosecutions. She also represents a variety of professionals including solicitors, accountants and public servants, in relation to misconduct investigations and professional discipline matters.

Eleanor has particular experience in:

  • white collar crime;
  • fraud and dishonesty offences;
  • ASIC investigations;
  • workplace investigations;
  • regulatory prosecutions; and
  • professional misconduct matters.

Outside of the law, Eleanor tutors newly settled refugee families in their homes to provide community support and enhance English language skills. Eleanor is learning Spanish and enjoys cooking and listening to music.

Recent articles by Eleanor

How to protest lawfully in Queensland

Protesting lawfully in Queensland: the law, the process and the risks involved

The right of peaceful assembly, commonly referred to protesting, is considered a key pillar of a democratic society. In Queensland, the right to assemble peacefully in a public place is recognised in the Peaceful Assembly Act.
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