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James Leggo


Essential Info

Location: Townsville
Joined: 2019

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • No Win No Fee
  • Public Liability
  • Workers Compensation
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society
  • Tax Institute of Australia

James undertook his legal training at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), and was recognised as graduating top of his class, with a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours). James then completed a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at QUT.

Since graduating James has gained valuable experience in general practice in Darwin, working predominantly in civil and commercial litigation and criminal defence matters. He also worked in personal injury, wills and estates, environment and planning, liquor licencing, construction, employment, corporate, commercial and small claims matters.

While in Darwin, James also volunteered at the Darwin Community Legal Service each week providing pro bono legal advice to members of the local community.

James then took up the opportunity to work at Shine Lawyers, where he now practices across all areas of personal injury law including workers compensation, motor vehicle and public liability claims.

James is personable and held in high regard by his clients. He works tirelessly, deriving great satisfaction from achieving outstanding results for people who, often through no fault of their own, have become injured and are in need of high-quality legal representation.

To learn more about James, and the team of local lawyers servicing the Townsville region, contact us today.

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