- Location: Springwood, Queensland
- Joined: 2016
- Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance
- Member of Women in Insurance
- Australian Insurance Law Association
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2004)
- Admitted to the High Court of Australia (2004)
- Ministry of Justice - Tonga
- Queensland Public Law Clearing House
- Volunteer for Amnesty International
Emily Lucas is a Senior Solicitor and Branch Manager of Shine Lawyers’ Springwood Branch. Bringing a wealth of experience across legal work types and jurisdictions, Emily will leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of justice for those she represents.
Admitted to the High Court of Australia and Queensland Supreme Court in 2004, Emily has significant experience in Queensland insurance law. She has gained specialist qualifications through a Master of Laws, Diploma of Financial Services and Bachelor Business Management. She is a member of Women in Insurance, Australian Lawyers Alliance and Australian Insurance Law Association.
Emily has supported numerous social justice programs over the years including volunteering for the Tongan Ministry of Justice, Amnesty International, the Qld Public Interest Law Clearance House and supporting the local community in schools and mentoring programs.
Emily will go above and beyond to deliver outstanding results for her clients. She enjoys hearing their stories and making a positive difference to their lives. She is inspired by the resilience faced by her clients in the face of adversity, and uses her legal acumen and diverse experience to ensure all clients receive the justice they deserve.
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