Andrew Doyle founded Doyle Wilson in 1984 in Goondiwindi, the centre of the fertile McIntyre river valley on the border of Queensland and New South Wales.
He developed a successful legal practice based on agribusiness and all areas of law which were required by people and businesses in that regional setting.
Joined by his partner Lachlan Wilson in 1993 the practice expanded, opening an office in the central business district of Sydney in 2003.
Andrew has a rural background and grew up on commercial farming and grazing property in the Upper Hunter, and before studying law, worked in rural and fishing industries.
Andrew has worked with businesses and acted in consulting roles to company boards across a range of industries not only agriculture, including successful startups and small to medium enterprises (SME’s).
Although living in Sydney, Andrew regularly visits the Goondiwindi office.
Andrew specialises in commercial, rural property, and succession law.