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Andrew Mumford

Senior Associate

About Andrew Mumford

Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and a Diploma of Legal Practice from Queensland University of Technology in 1988. After a brief period working for the Australian Taxation Office and in Brisbane private legal practice with the firm Nicholsons, Andrew relocated to the Sunshine Coast with his family. In 1991 Andrew was involved with establishing Elias Mumford Solicitors in Brisbane and then branching the firm to the Sunshine Coast in 1993.

Andrew has always worked predominantly in the areas of property law including commercial leasing and conveyancing.

Andrew has a strong interest in the arts and in particular sculpture. In 1990 Andrew was approached by the Queensland University of Technology and commissioned to create a bronze bust of the then Dean of the Law School, Professor Tom Cain. Andrew’s bronze can be viewed in the library area of the Queensland University of Technology Law School. A photograph of the bust can be seen below. Andrew has undertaken other commissions for sculpture which he enjoys creating in his spare time.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws (QUT)
  • Dip of Legal Prac (QUT)

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