Hannah believes that being a lawyer in Thynne + Macartney’s Agribusiness team is more than just providing good advice, it’s about developing lasting professional and personal relationship with our clients and the broader industry participants.
As a Senior Associate in Thynne + Macartney's Agribusiness group, Hannah has gained considerable experience assisting farmers and graziers to protect their interests when negotiating with mining, gas and petroleum companies, negotiating leases, agistment agreements and share farming agreements, buying and selling rural properties, and planning for the succession of the family business.
She has a particular interest in the area of carbon trading. Hannah regularly advises landowners on how to establish and maintain a carbon offsets project on their land. She has also presented at the AgForce Carbon Farming Workshops in Quilpie and Eulo, the 2017 Australian Property Institute Rural Property Conference in Hervey Bay and to the Suncorp Agribusiness team in Brisbane.
Hannah's corporate and tax advisory background combined with her ongoing involvement in her family’s grazing operations in south eastern Queensland has given her excellent foundation for working with individuals, families and corporates in the agricultural sector.
Awards & Recognition
Lawyers Weekly – Australian Law Awards
- Property Team of the Year – Finalist (2017)
- Bachelor of Arts - Queensland University of Technology
- Bachelor of Laws - Queensland University of Technology
- Admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland in April 2009
Memberships & Appointments
- Queensland Law Society
- Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority
- Hannah is an approved advisor in the Carbon Farming Advice Rebate Program. The Program provides landholders with rebates up to $10,000 to offset the cost of obtaining relevant advice related to carbon farming projects and how these projects may participate in the Queensland Government’s Land Restoration Fund.