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Adam Roberts

Solicitor

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Location: Geelong
Joined: 2018

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Public Liability
Memberships and Associations
  • LIV Young Lawyers
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Adam Roberts
Solicitor

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Adam takes the responsibility that comes with a career in law seriously. He knows that in many ways, clients put their lives in the hands of legal professionals – and that’s something he strives to never forget.

Adam was drawn to the law by the challenging nature of the work and the desire to work in a field that gave him to feel a sense of fulfilment when going home in the evenings. He studied a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) / Bachelor of Commerce with Distinction at Deakin University before enrolling in a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the College of Law.

Adam has a wealth of experience in a number of different areas. In 2017, he undertook a clerkship in the Shine office at Geelong, which provided an introduction to the personal injury space (particularly WorkCover and MVA claims). He’s also undertaken a three-week internship at the AED Legal Centre and various commerce internships (including one in a digital marketing agency) on top of working in hospitality throughout his studies.

These experiences, as well as Adam’s personable nature, have been of great value throughout his time at Shine Lawyers. For all clients, he strives to make himself as available as possible.

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