TLF Creative is an Orchestra and Arts based group that provides an inclusive and creative space for legal professionals. The legal industry is stressful, so TLF Creative gives you the opportunity to take a break from the stress of work and express your musical and artistic talents alongside like-minded professionals. Our goal with TLF Creative is to foster collaboration, promote positive mental health and enable creative and talented legal professionals to meet socially, on a regular basis, and collectively pursue musical goals.


Initially, this program will launch through the formation of an orchestra (or other instrumental ensemble depending on interest received) for lawyers, law students and others associated with the legal profession in Brisbane. Therefore, we are calling on anyone involved with the law in Brisbane who plays an instrument (i.e. strings, woodwind, brass or percussion) to express their interest in being part of the ensemble, which will commence in March 2019.

The ensemble will be a fun and welcoming environment for people involved with the law in Brisbane to continue (or revive) their passion for music-making. It will also be a great way to forge new connections with colleagues who share a creative passion. We are seeking musicians of all abilities, so don’t be afraid if you haven’t picked up your instrument for a while!

In the future we hope to expand not only to other ensembles but also to other art forms such as drama and art. As such, please let us know in the comment section below if you would be interested in any other activities or ensembles.

If you are interested or just want to know more, please fill out the short expression of interest form below and we will be in touch!

If you have any questions, please get in touch at creative@thelegalforecast.com

Expression of interest form

Name *
Add multiple if you play more than one.
e.g., law student, graduate, solicitor, barrister, paralegal, etc
Such as AMEB level
Again, we are seeking musicians of all abilities, so don’t worry if you don’t have much recent experience on your instrument!
e.g., composing, arranging (i.e. sheet music), writing, dance, drama or visual art