The Honourable Paul Lucas is a Consultant with Holding Redlich. As well as being admitted as a Lawyer for over 30 years, he brings 11 years as a Cabinet Minister (with essentially all that time on CBRC – the inner Cabinet) and 4 years as a Deputy Premier. During his time in Government Paul was Minister across a diverse range of portfolios including: Innovation & Information Economy (including Energy), Transport & Main Roads, Infrastructure & Planning, Health and Attorney-General Minister for Local Government & Special Minister of State.
As a former Attorney-General, Paul was often the ultimate consumer of legal advice provided to Government. He understands:
As former Deputy Premier and Minister across diverse portfolios, Paul developed an invaluable skills set, including:
As former Infrastructure & Planning; Energy; and Transport & Main Roads Minister he has been involved from instigation to completion in:
As a Member of the State Parliament for 16 years he brings unparalleled understanding of:
As a Director of State-Owned Enterprises and Authorities – Both Federal and State, including:
He has delivered seminars to numerous bodies (including the Australian Institute of Company Directors) on how to engage with Government for business and policy success.
11 Feb 20 to 10 Nov 20 - Brisbane
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.
21 Jul 20
Please join Construction & Infrastructure partner, Scott Alden, associates, Victoria Gordon and Krishneel Kumar, and lawyer Andrew Morello, as they discuss everything you need to know about the electronic execution of deeds and documents by individuals and companies.
28 Jul 20
In this webinar, Paul Venus, Holding Redlich Queensland Managing Partner and Chris Cook, Partner of Worells Solvency & Forensic Accountants will outline how business owners and their advisors can get some confidence—when possible—beyond the crisis that the business will not be derailed by legacy debt.