Tilé started practicing law in 2013 and has been a solicitor in Caxton’s Family, Domestic Violence and Elder Law Practice since 2016.

Prior to this, he was a volunteer solicitor at Caxton Legal Centre from 2014 during his early career in private practice.  Tilé is committed to helping people in difficult family situations navigate and understand complex legal systems.  During his career, his practice areas have been in family, domestic violence, crime, and elder law.

In 2019, Tilé was promoted to coordinating lawyer of Queensland’s first health justice partnership for elder abuse with Metro South Health, which has now expanded to Metro North Health.  In 2023, he also helped to co-design and establish Queensland’s first multicultural health justice partnership with World Wellness Group.  Tilé has been invited to speak about human rights and elder abuse issues at regional, national and local events.

In 2022, Tilé was awarded the Emerging Leader Award by the Queensland Law Society and was shortlisted for the Access to Justice Award in the same year.

His extracurricular activities also include being a member (and former president) of the Pasifika Lawyers Association of Queensland and co-host of a podcast about diversity in the legal profession called ‘Tilé and Olly Meets’.