Amanda Tolson welcomed as CGLaw director
It is with a sense of excitement that we write to advise you of a momentous event in the history of Clifford Gouldson Lawyers. Congratulations to Amanda Tolson on becoming a Director and equal shareholder of Clifford Gouldson with effect from yesterday 27 October 2014.
Amanda joined the firm in June 2011 after returning to Toowoomba to be closer to family and in order for her and her husband Trevor to begin their own family. Amanda, a daughter of a local Brookstead farming family, was determined to carve out a professional career in the law in Toowoomba with distinction.
She set about making her mark within the local legal community having brought with her a considerable amount of commercial and property experience from a large Brisbane based firm.
The commercial practice has grown quickly with existing clients and new clients appreciating the alternative choice to more traditional law firms and ways of practice. Adding this practice to Clifford Gouldson has also provided a more comprehensive business focussed solution to all our clients.
Amanda’s dedication to client service, no-nonsense straight talking advice, delivered on time and within budget, has been a key driver in the growth story to date.
Please join with us in congratulating Amanda on her appointment as Director.
We also want to sincerely thank all of our clients and referrers for the faith and support they have shown in Clifford Gouldson over the years. The opportunity to invite Amanda into the business wouldn’t have been possible without that loyal support over the past 8 years.
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