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QLD Branch Committee Member

AMARYLLIS TIAN

Amaryllis is a solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons. She is actively involved in the firm’s cultural diversity and community engagement initiatives, including the firm’s China Cultural Engagement Committee, which assists Australian clients looking to invest into Asia and vice versa. Amaryllis is also involved in the firm’s Reconciliation & Empowerment program which assists Indigenous Australians through pro bono projects and collaborations with Indigenous organisations.

Amaryllis comes from a Chinese background, but grew up in New Zealand and Australia. She speaks fluent Mandarin and is passionate about building greater cross-cultural awareness and collaboration between Australia and Asia. She hopes, through her involvement in the AALA, to help empower the next generation of talented young lawyers to open up greater dialogue and collaboration between Asia and Australia.

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