Qld Law Group believes in giving something back

It is important that the Qld Law Group is a good law firm but it’s just as important for us to be a good contributing member of the community and to use our skills and resources to help make a difference.

The Qld Law Group is proud that it supports charities and community groups, proud that this part of the Qld Law Group Difference does make a real difference. Looking at some of the groups we help may encourage you to do that just like many of our staff and clients do in conjunction with us.


XXXX Gold Variety Bash

The annual Variety Bash is Australia’s most successful charity motoring event. It is the focal point of fund raising efforts for many hundreds of Variety supporters. Money raised helps Variety — the Children’s Charity empower Queensland kids who are sick, disadvantaged or who have special needs to live, laugh and learn. The Qld Law Group is a proud sponsor of the Alpha Car Hire classic Holden entered into this year’s annual Variety Bash. The Variety Bash is one of the country’s most successful charity fundraising events. Read more…

Kokoda Challenge

The Spirit of Kokoda – mateship, endurance, courage and sacrifice was forged by the Australian troops from the 39th and 42nd Militia on the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea during WWII. The Japanese had entered the war the year before, after the bombing of Pearl Harbour. The mighty Japanese army had then conquered a number of South East Asian countries before advancing to the final frontier of Papua where if taken would have lead to an imminent invasion of Australia. Read more…

Community Groups

Camp Quality

Children’s family cancer charity that believes in bringing optimism and happiness to the lives of children and families affected by cancer

Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation

The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation works wonders for sick kids by funding ground-breaking research into faster diagnoses, better treatments and ultimately cures.

Cancer Council Queensland

Independent Queensland organisation who fund vital cancer research and prevention as well as early detection programs for Queensland families.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army helps people in need particularly the homeless, the aged and disadvantaged.

McGrath Foundation

The McGrath Foundation raises money to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia, as well as increasing breast awareness in young Australian women.

The Wesley Hospital Kim Walters Choices

A free community service regardless of where treatment has been undertaken offering support for women and men diagnosed with breast cancer and women diagnosed with gynaecological cancers and their families.

The Arthur Beetson Foundation

The Arthur Beetson Foundation works to achieve better life outcomes for Indigenous Australians in health, education and welfare to help close the disgraceful fifteen year life expectancy gap between Indigenous Australians and other Australians.

Point Lookout Surf Life Saving Club

The Point Lookout Surf Life Saving Club helps make the dangerous beaches on North Stradbroke Island safe for you and your family, educate on water safety and first aid and mentor our kids in a disciplined environment.

Sporting Groups

Queensland Reds Gala Ball

Peter Tregenza congratulates Queensland Reds captain James Horwill at the Reds Gala Ball on winning the 2011 Super Rugby Title. Qld Law Group is a proud Corporate Sponsor of the Queensland Reds and we look forward to sponsoring the Reds again in 2012 and continuing our long association and mutual success.

Reds Player Digby Ioanie holds aloft an award he received at the Gala event.


Queensland Reds

The Qld Law Group are once again the proud corporate sponsors of the Queensland Reds for the 2011 Super Rugby season and we wish the Reds every success in the forthcoming competition.

Peter Tregenza, Principal of the Qld Law Group met with the Faingaa twins and Assistant Coach, Jim McKay at Reds training at Ballymore on 25 January 2011.


Reconciliation Action Plan

Australia is a land of great opportunity but unfortunately those opportunities are not open to all Australians on the same terms.  Sadly, in today’s world, there still exists a gap between the welfare, education and vocational opportunities open to Indigenous Australians as compared to other Australians.

The Qld Law Group recognises its social responsibility to help close this gap and to assist it to stay focussed on this task it has prepared a Reconciliation Action Plan which was approved by Reconciliation Australia on 29 March 2012.  We are very proud of our Reconciliation Action Plan and to read it, please click here.

We would encourage others to develop Reconciliation Action Plans for their businesses and organisations and for further information, please click here or contact us and we would be happy to provide some guidance.