Agnes Redulla

Agnes is a Lawyer in our Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Insolvency Team.


My name is Agnes Redulla and I joined Murdoch Lawyers in February 2016.

I completed my Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business majoring in Marketing (with Distinction) at the Queensland University of Technology, and I was admitted to practise as a Solicitor in Queensland in March 2017.

I assist our Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Insolvency team with a range of advisory and litigious matters, such as debt recovery, bankruptcy and winding up actions, building and construction disputes (including BCIPA and subcontractor’s charges) and other civil disputes including Court proceedings and QCAT matters.

I understand that our clients face the commercial realities and personal impact of the work we do, so keeping this front of mind, I strive to achieve the best possible outcome for each client.

Practice Areas

Qualifications & Reputation

Professional Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws, Queensland University of Technology
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing) with Distinction, Queensland University of Technology
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law


  • Member of the Queensland Law Society


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Contact Information

Direct Line: 07 4616 9817