Eddie Fraser, JP(Qual)

Vice President
Eddie Fraser was admitted as a Lawyer of the Supreme Court of Queensland on 9 April 2018 and holds a Juris Doctor form the University of Southern Queensland in 2017 and a Graduate diploma of Legal Practice from the College of law and has a diverse range of other Legal, Business and other qualifications. Eddie is employed as a Civilian Prosecutor at the Queensland Police Service based in Brisbane. Prior to his permanent appointment in Brisbane Eddie was based in Toowoomba Prosecutions and Mount Isa Prosecutions, where he was fortunate to experience the Gulf of Carpentaria Circuit.

Prior to working with the Queensland Police Service, Eddie was employed at a private criminal law firm, a contractor of The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) amongst other interesting and varied work such as Ministerial Services in the Queensland government and as a paralegal for the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy dealing primarily with Land Valuation disputes. In particular Eddie worked on   Suncorp Metway Insurance Pty Ltd v Valuer-General [2017] and GPT RE Limited v Valuer-General [2015].

Eddie plays an active role within his community and aspires to enhance his legal education through practice in various legal disciplines and has interest in Criminal Law, Industrial Relations & Employment Law. His dedication, willingness to learn and enthusiasm are attributes that resonate within the profession with a strong passion for social justice. Eddie’s previous volunteering includes The Multicultural Association of Caboolture and Surrounds, the Moreton Bay Regional Community Legal Service as well as donations to KYC Youth to support the values he has with respect to youth and education. Eddie is a confirmed PhD candidate with the University of Southern Queensland and is working on this project part-time as he balances, his full-time role, young family and other commitments. Eddie was awarded USQ Young Outstanding Alumnus of 2020 and in 2021 was a finalist of Lawyers under 30 in the community legal centre category for his volunteer work with the Moreton Bay Regional Community Legal Centre.

Eddie has a young family and when not working enjoys quality family time with his 2 young daughters and son and wife. Eddie holds strong family values and attributes much of his daily success to his wife and children.

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