- Queensland Law Society (QLS)
- Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
- Admitted in 2007
- Board Member - Youngcare
- Committee Member and Diversity Chair - Women Lawyers Association of Queensland
Jamie Shine has always been driven by her passion and determination to help those who have been wronged. This hasn’t changed since the day she first started with Shine Lawyers over 15 years ago.
“I have always loved providing a voice to these brave people who, through no fault of their own, have had their lives turned upside down.”
Jamie began working with Shine Lawyers in 2000, completing her articled clerkship at their Toowoomba and Sunshine Coast offices. She was admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2007, relocating to Brisbane shortly after to work with the firm’s Major Claims department.
Jamie holds qualifications in both the law and business management. With practical experience in both, Jamie draws on these fundamental and transferable skills to lead her team of legal experts to ensure the rights of her clients are always paramount.
Now, as National Special Counsel of the Major Claims team, Jamie’s primary objectives are to ensure that justice is delivered to her clients, and that their families are well cared for. She strives to ensure the services her and her team provide bring peace of mind and comfort, and restore some positivity to the lives of her clients.
“I feel truly honoured to be there supporting families during some of the darkest times in their lives and will always give my all to ensure they get the justice they deserve.”
Jamie was recently appointed to the board of Youngcare, a not-for-profit organisation that helps young people with high-care needs access age appropriate housing.
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