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Eleanor Connop

Solicitor

Essential Info

Location: Melbourne
Joined: 2017

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • No Win No Fee
  • Public Liability
  • Workers Compensation
Memberships and Associations
  • Law Society of NSW
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Eleanor Connop
Solicitor

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Eleanor enjoys working in personal injury law as there is a sense that she is really helping people in need. Eleanor is proud of the work she does and the people she helps on a daily basis. With a primary focus on TAC as well as motor vehicle claims, Personal Injury claims, public liability matters and workers compensation cases, Eleanor’s passion for this field and personable nature with clients sets her apart.

Eleanor completed a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts at Macquarie University NSW followed by a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the College of Law. She was then admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in 2019.

Before joining Shine Lawyers, Eleanor worked as a paralegal at a law firm in their immigration department in 2013. She also completed volunteer work with the Refugee Advice and Casework Service in NSW in 2017, helping lawyers obtain and give advice to people seeking asylum in Australia. Eleanor worked as a part-time law clerk at family law firm in Sydney in 2018, learning a great deal about family law practice.

To find out more about Eleanor and how she can help you, contact our Melbourne branch.

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