Linda Cho

Solicitor

P 07 3034 0000
F 07 3034 0099
mail@robertsonogorman.com.au

Linda Cho holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts (International Relations and Political Science) from the University of Queensland. She obtained her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from Australian National University and was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2016.

After finishing her studies Linda commenced an associateship with a Judge of the District Court of Queensland in Cairns. Since then, she has worked in private practice specialising in criminal defence and with Legal Aid Queensland. Her experience at Legal Aid afforded Linda the opportunity to meaningfully assist vulnerable members of our society. In doing so, Linda has great empathy for clients facing criminal offences and understands the importance of providing professional legal advice.

Prior to joining the team at Robertson O’Gorman, Linda practiced in the areas of criminal law, child protection, domestic violence, mental health and youth crime. Linda has a keen interest in rehabilitation and has experience working within the therapeutic courts in Brisbane.

She has travelled on circuit to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, such as Bamaga and Thursday Island and has represented clients from all walks of life.

She has appeared for clients in the Magistrates, District and Supreme Court, representing them for matters ranging from simple traffic matters to more serious matters.

Linda is also an active committee member of the Asian Australian Lawyers Association, helping to promote the importance of cultural diversity in the legal profession. She also sits on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Advisory Council.

Linda is a passionate advocate who strives to assist people who must go through the criminal justice system. She understands that it can be a daunting and frightening experience. When meeting with clients she ensures that any question can be asked so every client has a clear understanding of what is happening with their matter. Linda has a reputation of being a hard-working lawyer who will work with clients to achieve a just and fair outcome.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts ( International Relations and Political Science)
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice

Linda Cho

Linda Cho

Solicitor

P 07 3034 0000
F 07 3034 0099
mail@robertsonogorman.com.au

Linda Cho holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts (International Relations and Political Science) from the University of Queensland. She obtained her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from Australian National University and was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2016.

After finishing her studies Linda commenced an associateship with a Judge of the District Court of Queensland in Cairns. Since then, she has worked in private practice specialising in criminal defence and with Legal Aid Queensland. Her experience at Legal Aid afforded Linda the opportunity to meaningfully assist vulnerable members of our society. In doing so, Linda has great empathy for clients facing criminal offences and understands the importance of providing professional legal advice.

Prior to joining the team at Robertson O’Gorman, Linda practiced in the areas of criminal law, child protection, domestic violence, mental health and youth crime. Linda has a keen interest in rehabilitation and has experience working within the therapeutic courts in Brisbane.

She has travelled on circuit to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, such as Bamaga and Thursday Island and has represented clients from all walks of life.

She has appeared for clients in the Magistrates, District and Supreme Court, representing them for matters ranging from simple traffic matters to more serious matters.

Linda is also an active committee member of the Asian Australian Lawyers Association, helping to promote the importance of cultural diversity in the legal profession. She also sits on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Advisory Council.

Linda is a passionate advocate who strives to assist people who must go through the criminal justice system. She understands that it can be a daunting and frightening experience. When meeting with clients she ensures that any question can be asked so every client has a clear understanding of what is happening with their matter. Linda has a reputation of being a hard-working lawyer who will work with clients to achieve a just and fair outcome.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts ( International Relations and Political Science)
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice