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Jack Donaghy

Solicitor, Employment Law & Workplace Relations

Jack Donaghy | Shine Lawyers
Jack Donaghy | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2016)
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society

Jack Donaghy
Solicitor, Employment Law & Workplace Relations at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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‘I enjoy the interface with employees from a wide variety of backgrounds and the ability to provide them with practical legal solutions.’

Jack Donaghy is a Solicitor with Shine LawyersWorkplace Relations division and is committed to fighting for the rights of employees who have been treated unfairly or unjustly in their place of work.

Jack completed a Bachelor of Laws and Arts in Politics and Government at Griffith University, and was admitted to the legal profession in 2016.

Prior to joining the team at Shine, Jack worked as an Industrial Officer with the Services Union where his passion for protecting workers and their rights first developed. Through this work, Jack refined his expertise in advocating for and protecting the interests of employees across a variety of work-related disputes in a range of industries.

Jack also has experience providing services for a large employer, working as a Senior Employee Relations Consultant for the University of Queensland. This has given him a unique perspective on employment law matters.

Jack will apply his industry insight and legal prowess in a practical and strategic manner to deliver outstanding outcomes for those he represents. He is down to earth, personable and able to build strong rapport with individuals from all walks of life.

Committed to providing legal guidance to those in need, Jack also volunteers at the Caxton Legal Centre, providing evening pro bono advice sessions on employment law matters.

Learn more about how Shine Lawyers’ Employment Law and Workplace Relations Practice can assist you with your work-related dispute.

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