IRIQ Law was founded in 2017. IRIQ Law grew out of a passion to expand its offer into a number of areas of law. IRIQ Law offers a range of legal services in the areas of employment law, commercial litigation, debt recovery, eLaw, human rights and anti-discrimination.
IRIQ Law is based in the heart of Brisbane CBD and we strive to offer our clients the highest level of expertise and service. We endeavour to position ourselves as thought leaders in our fields of expertise, delivering with excellence, every time. We aim to deliver practicable outcomes for our clients that solves their problems and positions them to realise their potential.
IRIQ Law draws from extensive experience servicing both business owners and individuals in employment, commercial litigation and elaw areas.
IRIQ Law also holds a Master Security License in New South Wales.
Please contact IRIQ Law at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 3077 6767 to get in touch with one of our specialist lawyers.
Theresa Moltoni OAM is the Managing Director of IRIQ Law and it’s Legal Practitioner Director
Theresa’s experience spans more than 25 years and covers a wide range of high level roles in a number of industry sectors. Theresa was awarded an OAM for service to Industrial Relations in the 2016 Queens Birthday Honours.
Theresa Chairs the Workplace Relations Policy Council for the Australian Chamber of Commerce (ACCI) and sits on a number of other Boards including the PA Research Foundation and Australian Super Qld Advisory Board.
Theresa is the Founding Chair of the Dancing CEOs annual event which raises money for vital support services for victims of domestic violence. Theresa also founded and has chaired the well-respected Workplace Relations Interest Group at The Brisbane Club for some years and recently co-founded its new Legal Interest Group.
Theresa is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a member of the Queensland Law Society, a certified Workplace Investigator and an Associate Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management. She has served as President (and Non-Executive Director) of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Queensland (CCIQ), as Vice President of the Industrial Relations Society of Queensland (IRSQ) and in the Queensland Community as a Justice of the Peace (Qualified) since August 1992 including a significant period actively participating in the “Justices in the Community” Program.
Theresa’s background includes:
Theresa holds a Bachelor of Laws from USQ and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. Theresa was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland on 2 May 2017 and the High Court of Australia on 12 January 2018. Theresa also holds a Certificate in Investigative Services and is a Secure Local Jobs Approved Auditor for the ACT Government.
Theresa is a unique lawyer given her substantial practical and commercial experience across large (and small) private and publicly listed companies as well as State and Commonwealth public sector organisations before completing her legal qualifications.
Lyle Beaton is Special Counsel at IRIQ Law
Lyle graduated from UQ in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts/Law and First Class Honours in history. He has previously worked as a lawyer in commercial litigation and dispute resolution, employment/industrial relations and human rights. He has also worked in the medico-legal area as in-house counsel.
Lyle has extensive experience in relation to discrimination cases of various kinds, including in the State sphere and at the Federal level.
At IRIQ Law, Lyle enjoys prosecuting and defending all types of matters including those in the Fair Work Commission, Federal Court and related jurisdictions.
Lyle also has a keen interest in sports history and indigenous affairs having commented broadly in both areas including for Australia’s leading general sports magazine, Inside Sport, and on the ABC.
Lyle has been admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia since 2000. For the last six years, Lyle has practised exclusively in the area of industrial relations/employment law and discrimination law, and is able to assist you with your matter to achieve outcomes that are both cost effective and successful. Lyle is also a Secure Local Jobs Approved Auditor for the ACT Government.
If you have an industrial relations law, employment law or discrimination law matter, please contact IRIQ Law to make an appointment to speak with Lyle Beaton of our office.
Francesca Musumeci is a Law Graduate at IRIQ.
Francesca holds a Bachelor of Laws/Arts (International Relations) from the University of Queensland in 2016. During her studies she undertook various community volunteer engagements, raising funds for local charities. In her final year Francesca worked on a pro bono advocacy project for defence lawyers on the ground in Afghanistan and maintains a keen interest in human rights and anti-discrimination.
At IRIQ Francesca enjoys drafting advice, conducting Building Code assessments and delivering high quality customer service.
Having grown up in Brisbane’s northern suburbs in a small business environment, and with her prior experience in customer service and sales in the retail sector, she brings a practical perspective to legal obligations in employment matters.
Matthew Guteridge is a Lawyer at IRIQ Law.
Matthew graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Class 2A from Queensland University of Technology in 2017. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from QUT and was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland on 8 April 2019.
Matthew has an interest in legal matters for Indigenous Australians. Including improving access to justice, employment opportunities and health and safety.
Having been raised in the South Burnett Region, Matthew also maintains an interest in matters affecting regional communities throughout Queensland.
Luke Gilliland is a Lawyer at IRIQ Law.
Luke has attained both a Bachelor of Laws and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Queensland University of Technology. He was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in April 2017.
With over a decade of experience in training and customer service, Luke has a strong understanding of the dynamic between employee and employer and is dedicated to resolving disputes and ensuring a mutually beneficial solution for all parties involved.
Luke has an interest in supporting small business across Queensland, helping owners and workers alike to navigate the complex legal landscape of employment law.
IRIQ's flexibility in learning solutions is suitable for our business as they offer a number of flexible options for learning including webinars, classroom training, simulation, and e-learning. I would highly recommend them to an employer seeking to balance workplace relations or HR management theory with practical outcomes.
Angela Liebke, Group HR Manager
Quite simply IRIQ is the best. Theresa and her team take the time to understand your desired outcomes and then set a strategy in place to deliver it, and deliver it fast. It is when the going gets tough that you really begin to appreciate their skill, determination and values.
David Ash, Chief Operating Officer
Procast Australia Pty Ltd
Theresa has an in-depth knowledge of all matters IR, very professional in her dealings and a pleasure to work with. Theresa was instrumental in helping us to get our collective agreement over the line.
Meaghan Chatfield, Lead HR Advisor, Perth
I was extremely happy with the service provided by IRIQ Staff and Management.
Cahlia Heynen, Brisbane
EC&M, IR101 Training Graduate
Theresa is a genius in the area of Industrial Relations Strategy. There are very few IR experts in Australia and Theresa is among the best. She is able to quickly analyse, recommend and deliver the IR services that your business needs.I would not hesitate to recommend Theresa to anyone seeking assistance and expertise in Workplace Relations matters.
Grace Collier, Melbourne
Industrial Relations Analyst and Columnist for The Australian