The BELAW Stolen Wages team welcomes Joshua Creamer, renowned indigenous barrister, to the class action outreach team.

Originally hailing from Mount Isa and now based in Brisbane, Joshua has worked up an impressive background in native title, human rights and discrimination law. He has also collected a list of notable accolades, having been recognised by Doyle’s Guide to the Australian Legal Profession as one of Australia’s leading native title barristers, and by Chambers Asia-Pacific as one of Australia’s Outstanding Young Lawyers in both 2016 and 2017.

Joshua is also involved in the Palm Island class action for racial discrimination within the events of the 2004 death of Cameron Doomadgee in police custody.

With his passion in indigenous justice, Joshua is well placed in the BELAW stolen wages outreach team which is currently on Palm Island all this week, meeting with community members who are interested in joining the class action. More details to come.