Genevieve Coleman is a Senior Associate in the Real Estate team at McCullough Robertson Lawyers, with experience across a wide range of real estate transactions in both Australia and New Zealand, where she began her career in law.
Genevieve possesses robust technical expertise, offering valuable guidance to her clients in areas such as developments, conveyancing, acquisitions and disposals, property due diligence, social and affordable housing, management rights, and leasing.
Genevieve also plays an integral role in the firm’s Food and Agribusiness group, driven by a passion stemming from direct involvement in agricultural pursuits and her adeptness in working collaboratively with the communities around her.
Without mentioning your job title, how would you describe what it is you do now (whether at home, work, in the community, etc.)?
I am seeking to become an emerging female leader in the property industry in Queensland. This feeds into my day job and my work in the community generally.
What are the first three words you think of when you hear the word ‘diversity’?
“Be what you see” (sorry that’s technically 4 words)
What do you think it will take to develop truly diverse thinking within the legal industry?
Time for the people that champion these perspectives to rise to the top of influential positions and organisations.
What was your main driver to enter the legal industry?
To be part of a collegial profession that helps the wider community in some way.