- Joined: 2017
- Location: Auburn, New South Wales
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales (2013)
- Member of the Australian Lawyers Association
- Member of the NSW Law Society
- Member of the Muslim Legal Network
“I chose law because it enables me to serve the community and defend the defenceless. Serving justice is imperative.”
Ghufran Alubudy is Branch Manager of Shine Lawyers’ Auburn office. She leads a team of dedicated legal professionals and is responsible for ensuring members of the local community have access to legal and support services of the highest quality.
Ghufran completed her legal studies at the University of Wollongong, obtaining a double degree in Law and Commerce, majoring in Business and Management. She was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and began practicing in plaintiff litigation, where she has specialised for over 8 years. Ghufran is passionate about serving the local community by standing as a voice for the underdog, and ran her own specialty practice before joining the team at Shine Lawyers in 2017.
“The law is always changing, so being able to serve the community is a passion in itself.”
As a Solicitor, Ghufran is a fierce advocate for her clients. She has seen firsthand the devastating repercussions an injury can have on clients and their loved ones. In each matter Ghufran undertakes, client care is a priority.
Throughout the duration of the claims process, Ghufran remains focused on the end result – achieving what is best for her client – and will not rest until their desired outcome is achieved. For Ghufran, it is a privilege to be able to assist those in need and to stand as an unwavering voice for her client’s legal rights.
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