Legal director

Sharon Flood

Coming from a background in the real estate industry and property market, assisting with the sale and purchase of properties, it seemed a natural progression for Sharon to undertake post graduate legal studies with her dream to one day open her own law firm specialising in conveyancing and management rights law.

Graduating in 2006 with first class honours from Bond University, Sharon commenced her legal career at a firm she was employed with for nearly a decade specialising purely in property law with a focus on management rights.

Throughout her years of experience, Sharon has worked in all areas of property law, acting for large scale consortiums, companies, partnerships and individual operators in transactional and advisory matters. Her experience in these transactions provides her clients with a breadth of commercial and legal experience across all areas of property law.

When coming up with the focus and vision for Flood Legal, it was inevitable she chose to continue specialising in property matters and servicing the management rights industry.

Sharon doesn’t take the typical passive approach most lawyers do, she provides her clients with not just high-quality legal advice, but also plays an active role in their property and business transactions, taking a real interest and personal involvement in each and every transaction.


Kylie Hallett

Kylie previously studied law and has worked in the legal industry for over 30 years in various key senior management roles. 

Throughout this time, she has developed a broad range of experience and a wealth of knowledge in what it takes for a law firm to be a success, complemented by her in depth experience across the areas of human resources, information technology, finance, operations and risk and compliance. 

Kylie’s effective file management and drafting skills also allows her to assist Sharon in various aspects of our matters. 

She loves developing new and efficient work practices in particular those which involve tailored matter workflows and automation to ensure effective file management and best practice.  

One of her main passions, is people and culture including employee wellness. She loves seeing people developing new skills and successfully working their way through their own personal growth and career progression. 


Kellie Ireland

Kellie has worked in the legal industry for 25 years predominantly in conveyancing transactions in both Queensland and New South Wales.

She works effectively under pressure and aims to provide a friendly, efficient and smooth transaction for all of our conveyancing clients to ensure their best interests are always priority.


SENIIOR Management Rights Paralegal

Fairley Airey

Fairley has worked in the legal industry for over 30 years and is a local to the Gold Coast. She has 12 years’ experience servicing the management rights industry with her passion and connection to the management rights stemming from her family previously owning the caretaking and letting rights for a prominent Robina complex. 

Fairley’s proficiency in navigating the intricacies and challenges inherent in management rights along with her extensive experience and commitment to every transaction is invaluable to our clients. She is also a qualified Justice of the Peace and is currently studying her Bachelor of Laws. 


SENIOR Paralegal

Peta McConnell

Peta has over 20 years’ experience in the legal industry and is a Tweed Coast local – living and working in the area for over 41 years.

Peta’s attention to detail and wisdom of legal knowledge she has obtained throughout her experience is a key attribute in her dedication to her role.

Peta also delivers a high level of assistance to all of our staff in our other areas of law and is a qualified Justice of the Peace serving for over 12 years.



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Daniel Flood

Having previously run his own successful business in the building industry for over two decades Daniel has a huge amount to offer our clients.

His experiences have provided with him with an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the ins and outs of the building industry, making it easy for him to relate to clients.

Daniel has always held a vested interest in the property industry, having previously been an auctioneer, purchasing and selling many properties himself, overseeing the building of several homes and also developing small scale land developments.