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Jean Lukin


Jean specialises in Information and Communication Technology contracting and practices broadly across areas of law pertinent to government organisations.

Jean’s extensive industry experience includes working as a commercial lawyer in-house for a number of State government organisations. Jean regularly advises governmental clients on commercial projects and complex ICT transactions. She has also acted as probity advisor for several high-value procurements.

Jean has a background in planning and environmental litigation and brings to her role experience working for government in non-legal roles, including the Queensland Ombudsman’s office, where she garnered experience in State government regulatory and administrative compliance.

Jean’s commercial and practical approach is balanced with an in-depth understanding of the law and risks relevant to government business.


Examples of Jean’s experience includes the following:

  • acting for government clients in relation to the procurement, negotiation and execution of high-value QITC agreements
  • advising the State government on ICT contract administration, enforcement and dispute resolution
  • acting as probity advisor for State government entities in relation to several construction and software projects
  • advising the State government in relation to intellectual property, RTI, funding agreement matters,  intergovernmental agreements and MOUs
  • advising local and State government clients on compliance and regulatory matters 
  • providing BAU in-house commercial law advice to State government organisations
  • acting in various Planning and Environment Court applications and appeals
  • drafting and negotiating Cultural Heritage Management Agreements, Indigenous Land Use Agreements and Ancillary Agreements
  • assessing complaints regarding State administration, including departments, local governments and prisons.