Richard Timpson

Richard is a Solicitor and is committed to providing his clients with the highest level of service and support, and takes pride in helping them to achieve their goals. He has regularly achieved this over many years where others have said there was no angle.

Richard Timpson is an accomplished and specialist immigration lawyer with significant experience in the field.
Richard has been working in the legal profession for over 20 years.

Richard’s passion for immigration law began early on in his career and is also an immigrant to this country. After completing his legal studies in Ireland, Richard gained experience working for a variety of law firms and organisations. This experience provided him with a broad range of skills and knowledge, which he now uses to help his clients navigate the complex world of immigration law.

As one of only a few accredited specialists in immigration law, Richard has helped numerous clients to successfully apply for visas, permanent residency, and citizenship in usually very difficult circumstances. He has worked with clients from a wide range of backgrounds and nationalities, and has a deep and personal understanding of the challenges that immigrants face when trying to navigate the Australian immigration system.

In addition to his legal expertise, Richard has a passion for music, humanity and life. He believes that this gives him a unique perspective on his work, and allows him to better understand the needs and concerns of his clients. 
Richard provides Compulsory Professional Development activities on immigration law to other lawyers and Registered Migration Agents. He also serves on various committees of a community legal organisation and, the Queensland Law Society. He also consults to other lawyers and law firms on their Immigration Law matters. Richard has appeared as an expert witness before the courts in immigration law matters. Richard has also developed best practice risk guidelines for lawyers in Immigration Law.


Richard Timpson acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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