- Member of the Queensland Law Society
- Member of the Downs and South-Western Queensland Law Association
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2014)
- Admitted to the High Court of Australia (2016)
- Volunteer Board Director - Cystic Fibrosis Queensland
Dedicated and hardworking, Connie is a Solicitor with Shine Lawyers’ Toowoomba branch. Working within the Private Client Services practice, Connie specialises in commercial property matters, and advising on wills and estates.
Connie graduated from the University of Southern Queensland in 2013 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Law. She was admitted to practice in both the Supreme Court of Queensland and High Court of Australia.
Coming from a rural background herself, Connie provides legal advice to members of the local community from all walks of life. She’s passionate about using her legal capability to assist people through what can be incredibly trying times in their lives.
As a Solicitor, Connie takes the time to listen carefully to each of her clients to fully understand their unique situation. By placing herself in her clients’ shoes, she is able to see things from their perspective and fight for the outcomes that truly matter. She finds great satisfaction in seeing her clients succeed and will go above and beyond in the pursuit for justice.
To get in touch with Connie and the team of local legal experts at Shine Lawyers Toowoomba, contact the branch today.
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