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Christie Toy

Senior Solicitor, Employment Law & Workplace Relations

Christie Toy | Shine Lawyers
Christie Toy | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales (2012)
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Christie Toy
Senior Solicitor, Employment Law & Workplace Relations at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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‘I enjoy assisting employees through what can be an exceptionally challenging time.’

Christie Toy is a Senior Solicitor with Shine Lawyers’ Employment Law and Workplace Relations practice. Christie is well-versed in all aspects of employment law and delivers strategic legal solutions that are tailored to the sensitive issues involved in workplace disputes.

Christie graduated from Macquarie University with Honours in a Bachelor of Arts and Laws. She was admitted to practice in the New South Wales Supreme Court in 2012.

It is Christie’s experience across a variety of industries and organisations that lends her a unique perspective and competitive edge in the provision of employment law services. She holds a comprehensive understanding of the workplace relations industry, having worked for state and federal governments, trade unions and as in-house counsel.

Christie appreciates that in many ways, an employment relationship can embody a complete power imbalance. Losing one’s job or being involved in a workplace dispute can throw one’s whole life into turmoil, and Christie offers expert legal guidance to ensure employee rights are protected during these difficult times.

As a Solicitor, Christie prides herself on her ability to provide employees with practical, accurate and solution-focused advice to help them achieve a solution to their workplace disputes that is well-suited to their particular needs.

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