Johnston Withers

Reyka Quiniones.


Reyka is a commercial and property lawyer with a strong focus on developments around Australia.

Working on Kaurna lands (Adelaide)

I take pride in expanding my legal experiences and value the shared success that I achieve with my clients.

Reyka's qualifications

  • Entered into the High Court Register of Practitioners, 2017
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of South Australia, 2017
  • Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice, 2016

Reyka's experience

Reyka was admitted to the Supreme Court of South Australia in 2017, and entered in the High Court Register of Practitioners in the same year. Reyka takes pride in expanding her legal experiences and working across jurisdictions, and her passion for law has led her interstate, as well as across the seas to China, Canada, and the United States.

Reyka's expertise

At Johnston Withers Lawyers, Reyka has been fundamental to achieving successful outcomes for large scale development projects, including the negotiation and preparation of contracts, providing advice about legal and commercial risks, and developing protocols to ensure the smooth administration of hundreds of conveyances. She strongly values the shared success that she achieves with her clients.

Outside of Law

Her personal interests include trying new hobbies at least once (like archery and digital drawing) and being absolutely terrible at them.

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