Release date: 24 November 2021

Queensland-based compensation law firm, Travis Schultz & Partners (TSP), has claimed a rare achievement in the Doyle’s Guide National Rankings for 2021, with founding partner, Travis Schultz, being one of only two lawyers Australia-wide to be ranked Preeminent in two compensation law categories.

The honour follows the firm’s recent sweep of the Doyle’s Guide at the State level, when it was recognised as a Leading Law Firm in all three compensation law categories (work injury, motor vehicle and public liability) and saw seven of its lawyers receiving high-level individual rankings.

Mr Schultz said being ranked highly by his peers at the national level was beyond humbling.

“At TSP, one of our key values is to provide our clients with unparalleled expertise and the honour this week reinforces our credibility for delivering on that promise,” Mr Schultz said.

Mr Schultz was ranked Preeminent for both the Leading Work Injury Compensation Lawyers (Plaintiff) category and Leading Motor Accident Compensation Lawyers (Plaintiff) category, the only Queensland lawyer to do so. He was also ranked as Leading in the National Public Liability Compensation Lawyers (Plaintiff) category.

Fellow TSP partner, Tim McClymont, was also recognised at the National level for the first time, ranking as Recommended for the Leading Public Liability Compensation Lawyers (Plaintiff) category.

“To be considered as some of the best lawyers in the country by our peers is a great honour and tells me we’ve struck the right balance of providing our clients with a dynamic, passionate and highly experienced team of specialists while maintaining our commitment to being a community conscious law firm,” Mr Schultz said.

The Australian Doyle’s Guide is an annual listing of the best lawyers in Australia based on peer surveys with rankings determined on ability and the quality of positive feedback. More information about the 2021 Australian Doyle’s Guide rankings can be viewed at

NB: Doyles badges featured in images represent Queensland 2021 state rankings.