Who is behind the resources of fairly™??

Seasoned specialists with employer only practice O’Connell The Employment Law Specialists with a unique skill set combining hands on experience as:

  • Specialist employment lawyers;
  • Senior human resource managers;
  • Operating their own businesses;

This unique mix of experience and skills allows the specialists at fairly™ to know what Australian employers need – practical, timely and cost effective assistance without the pretence of lawyers who have never worked in a real business with real people and real day to day issues.

Find out about Graham Evans, the creator of fairly™?


Decades of experience and skills has given Graham Evans a highly desirable ability to know what Australian employers need when seeking assistance with termination issues in their workplace. Whether you need help with misconduct, redundancy, termination or other issues, Graham has designed practical online products to help you.

Graham’s experience at the highest levels of human resources is recognised by his long standing Fellow status with the Australian Human Resources Institute and over the years he has contributed to AHRI as a State Councillor as well as an active writer and presenter.



Graham also has extensive experience and skill in training and learning, including as an adjunct lecturer in workplace relations at a top 10 Australian university where he continues providing guest lectures on contemporary workplace relations issues (as well as undertaking ongoing PhD research with a leading workplace relations professor).

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Admitted as a lawyer with practicing rights up to the High Court of Australia, Graham is an endorsed accredited specialist in both employment law as well as a nationally accredited workplace mediator working out of O’Connell The Employment Law Specialists.


As an employer who has needed to manage staff, Graham has practical employer experience in what is needed to run a business or organisation and deal with staff issues as they arise.