Our Team


We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.

Ahmad Taha

Principal Solicitor
LLB, BBUS and GDLP

Ahmad is a skilled solicitor with extensive knowledge and experience in a broad range of legal areas in particular Criminal and Family Law.

Ahmad works closely with his clients to produce a cost-effective course of action that ensures their accessibility to justice and legal representation.

Contact Ahmad at ahmad@amtlawyers.com.au

Fotima Abdulwahed

Senior Paralegal
LLB
(in progress)

One of our most respected members, Fotima is ready to tackle your case head on.

Fotima endeavours to provide her clients with the appropriate legal guidance and efficient conveyancing services. Fotima also attends to all insurance matters and ensures that our clients receive the maximum payout.

Contact Fotima at fotima@amtlawyers.com.au

Noor-El-Houda

Conveyancer & Accountant
BA & MPAcc

Noor-El-Houda is a conveyancer that has completed her Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing.

Noor-El-Houda works closely with her clients to produce a cost-effective and seamless conveyancing process. She is fluent in English and Arabic.

Contact Noor-El-Houda at info@amtlawyers.com.au

Celia Chan

Solicitor
LLB
& GDLP

Celia has joined the AMT lawyers as a solicitor primarily focusing in commercial litigation.

Previously, she worked as an associate academic and at the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) as an Assistant Prosecutor. She has gained valuable legal experience specifically in the areas of Corporations Law and Australian consumer law. She has appeared in multiple VCAT claims, in the Magistrates’ and County Court.

Celia is passionate in making an impact in ones’ life and wishes to focus on helping our clients through their legal proceedings by finding the most cost effective solutions. She is fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin and English.

Contact Celia at celia@amtlawyers.com.au


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