Tisher Liner FC Law are proud to announce the Promotions of Rob Oxley and Justine Clark to Principal and Felicity Simpson to Special Counsel.

  • Rob joined us in 2017 and immediately impressed us with his litigation skills and incredible work ethic. It’s no surprise then that a few years later, we are very pleased to promote Rob as a Principal in the growing litigation team. Rob is a fantastic litigator, great lawyer and a genuinely good guy.


  • Justine recently joined the firm to head up our family law department and one week in to moving, COVID-19 started. For many this would be a difficult hurdle to overcome, but not for Justine. She has managed to integrate into the firm and take control of the family law department with ease and professionalism. So for us to promote her after such a short period shows the respect we have for Justine. She is an excellent operator and team leader for the family law department.


  • Felicity has been working with us for more than 20 years as part of our corporate and commercial team. She is a great lawyer who has an incredible calming presence for all around her, is loved by her clients and is a fantastic person to have at our firm. Felicity has a passion for working with clients to find innovative and strategic solutions to whatever problems they may face.


We are incredibly fortunate to have all three lawyers as leaders of our firm and congratulate them on their achievements to date. Feel free to contact Rob, Justine or Felicity for any litigation, family law or commercial queries you may have.

Related Articles

View All
Leasing & Lease Disputes / Real Estate Agents / Commercial Law

COVID-19 – Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme to be extended (again)

The CTRS was initially expected to end on 29 September 2020 under the COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures)(Commercial...
Read More
Commercial Law

Verification of online customers: Is your business complying with the new AML/KYC laws?

The changes apply to any business receiving funds from customers that are not already known to them This includes...
Read More
Retail Clients & Chains / Commercial Law

A win for the Tigers on the field and in the Court of Appeal

On 16 October 2020 the Court of Appeal confirmed that a ‘retail premises lease’ will remain subject to the Retail...
Read More
Commercial Law / Leasing & Lease Disputes

COVID-19 Lease Variations- How to document it properly

We have written several blogs about commercial leases and licences and the impact COVID-19 has had on them and what the...
Read More
Commercial Contracts & Agreements / Commercial Law

When contracts end: The perils of miscommunication and misunderstanding

From a practical perspective, the most critical thing for any party to a contract to appreciate is the importance of...
Read More
Commercial Law / Mortgages, Loans & Finance / Mezzanine Finance

Private lending: the red flags

Today, it may appear amicable and you do not foresee anything going wrong after the money is advanced Surely, it’s...
Read More
Commercial Law / Commercial Contracts & Agreements / Corporate Advisory and M&A

Negotiating Indemnities: Some Practical Tips

An appropriate indemnity can provide a valuable mechanism for risk allocation between parties to commercial dealings...
Read More
Commercial Law / Property & Development / Developments

TLFC Law Triple Finalists in the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards 2019

Celebrating its 19th year, the Australian Law Awards, in partnership with UNSW Law, is the pinnacle of award programs...
Read More
Commercial Law / Franchising & Licensing / Real Estate Agents

Thinking of buying or selling a Rent Roll?

However, rent rolls are regulated by the Estate Agent’s Act and it is important that the contract to buy or sell the...
Read More
Information Technology & Innovation / Developments / Commercial Law

Cyber Security and Protection from Cyber Fraud

Email communication is an inherent part of modern day business It is not uncommon to run an entire transaction online,...
Read More
Employment Law / Commercial Law / Litigation & Dispute Resolution

What employers need to know when letting someone go

A staff member may need to be let go because the business can no longer afford them, or perhaps they are just not...
Read More