Sheryll is the Principal Director of Trinity York with over 12 years in both private and public practice having graduated with fellow director Andrew Ho from QUT Legal Practice in 2008. Sheryll completed her undergraduate in Laws and International Relations and completed her Masters in Laws focusing on commercial and property law in 2013 from QUT and is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society. A former student and Prefect for John Paul College, Daisy Hill, she was a youth parliamentarian for Springwood in 2004 and alongside fellow director, Leilehua Helu, interned as a research technician with the International Criminal Tribunal in 2006 and performed a stint with the Department of Foreign Affairs (Philippines) under the Undersecretary of International and Economic Relations in 2007.
Sheryll has always been a local practitioner focusing her energies in assisting and aiding the local community and has worked in one of Brisbane’s south boutique law firm dealing with a whole range of matters from wills and estates, legal aid (criminal, family and civil), to commercial and property matters. She has dealt with many sole traders and small businesses to ensure that their commercial agreements are tailored and protected to their needs, worked with partnerships to subdivide land, has litigated estates and statutory wills, has assisted families and the protection of their assets, and has worked extensively for the community with respect to civil and family law matters to name a few.
Starting originally in public practice with the Director of Public Prosecutions and appearing on litigious matters in private practice, Sheryll has appeared in the Supreme Court, District and Magistrates Court at Brisbane, Beenleigh, Holland Park, Ipswich and Wynnum. She has also appeared in the Federal Circuit Court and Family Court and has appeared in non-court tribunals such as Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Sheryll is a professional and confident advocate for many of her clients.