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Craig Oliver

Branch Manager, Mackay

Craig Oliver | Shine Lawyers
Craig Oliver | Shine Lawyers

Essential Info

Memberships and Associations:
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
  • Member of the Law Society of England and Wales
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales: Admitted 2002
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland: Admitted 2016
  • Member of the Law Society of Queensland
Community Involvement
  • Member of the Management Committee for the Mackay Regional Community Legal Centre

“I do what I do because it makes a difference.”

Craig Oliver is Branch Manager of Shine Lawyers’ Mackay office where he leads a team of expert legal staff to deliver a market-leading service to members of the Mackay community.

A dual citizen of both Australia and the United Kingdom, Craig graduated with a Bachelor of Law and French from the University of Central Lancashire in 1999. He worked for numerous high-profile firms fighting for those who had been wronged throughout the United Kingdom, before moving to Australia, Mackay and Shine in 2012.

Client-focused, value-driven and uncompromising in the pursuit for justice, Craig is a fearless advocate for those he represents. He will go above and beyond to ensure each client has the opportunity to have their stories told and their rights recognised under the law.

As Branch Manager, Craig is focused on ensuring Shine Lawyers is the firm of choice for all in the Mackay region, providing legal guidance of the highest quality. Craig is passionate about giving back to the Mackay community, and serves as a member of the Management Committee for the Mackay Regional Community Legal Centre.

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