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Amanda Gilmour

Associate

Essential Info

Location: Robina
Joined: 2011

Practice Area(s)
  • Head Trauma
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law - QLD
  • Member of Queensland Law Society (QLS)
  • Member of Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
  • Admitted in Queensland as a Solicitor in 2007
  • Admitted to the High Court of Australia in 2007
  • Queensland Law Society Accredited Specialist
Community Involvement
  • Volunteer at the Gold Coast Community Legal Centre
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Amanda Gilmour
Associate

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Amanda enjoys helping others and solving complex problems, and felt that a career in Law would enable her to do both of those things. Head trauma is her primary practice, and she finds satisfaction in assisting people who have been injured through no fault of their own to access compensation.

In 2005, Amanda graduated with a Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Business from Queensland University of Technology and in 2015, she became an Accredited Specialist in Personal Injuries. She has been working in plaintiff personal injuries for over 11 years, having worked for two other personal injury firms prior to joining Shine Lawyers.

Approachable and down-to-earth, Amanda is able to explain complex legal principles to clients in a way that helps them understand the process. She listens to their stories and works out how to achieve the best possible outcome for them and their loved ones.

To find out more about Amanda and how she and her team can help you, contact our Robina branch.

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