Bushra Tariq – Senior Associate


" I am dedicated to my clients and work hard to ensure that they are satisfied with their legal representation "

Bushra graduated from the University of Western Australia with Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce degrees, including a double major in Corporate Finance and Money & Banking.

Bushra is primarily involved in commercial litigation with a particular interest in planning and environment law.  She also undertakes general commercial work.  Not only is she able to adapt and grasp key concepts quickly but she works to achieve creative solutions for her clients.

Bushra works closely with Paul Fletcher in a number of complex litigation matters.  She has dealt with matters across a wide range of practice areas, including taxation, planning and environment, oil and gas, native title and professional negligence.

 

 

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