Paul Conde was born and raised in Hobart. He enjoyed a long career at the Australian Taxation Office, along the way obtaining a degree in Commerce and becoming a Certified Practicing Accountant.
After working in the field of taxation law for many years he decided that his future lay in the law, so he returned to the University of Tasmania where he obtained a degree in Law with Honours in 2006. He was admitted as a Practitioner of the Supreme Court of Tasmania in 2007 and has since returned to his alma mater as a sessional lecturer in Taxation Law.
In 2012, Paul moved to private practice.
At Tierney Law Paul’s focus is on providing advice to clients on taxation and administrative law, trust law, commercial law, consumer affairs and wills and estate planning. He sees clients in Tierney Law’s Hobart and Sorell offices.
Paul serves The Tax Institute on its Tasmanian State Council and its Education and Quality Assurance Board.
Outside work Paul is an active yachtsman at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, and enjoys 1950s American automobiles and rockabilly music.
You can contact Paul on 6220 2777 or at firstname.lastname@example.org