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Jess Stojanoski

Graduate Solicitor

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Location: Epping
Joined: 2018

Practice Area(s)
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • No Win No Fee
  • Workers Compensation
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Jess Stojanoski
Graduate Solicitor

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Jess enjoys being challenged and has always wanted to work with people. Law felt like the best fit for a career, so she completed a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) / Law at Monash University with first-class honours in Law. Jess practices in personal injury claims and workers compensation, a field she finds offers helpful insights into the lives and professions of others.

A diverse employment history has prepared Jess well for a career in the legal industry. In 2018 she completed a clerkship at Shine Lawyers, further developing her legal knowledge and interest in personal injury law by comparing legal advice, drafting documents and conducting research. As a retail assistant with E&A Salce she gained crucial experience in working as part of a team and communicating with other staff members. She has volunteered at Heidelberg Magistrate’s Court and A.G Novatsis Lawyers and has also been involved with online mentoring and counselling.

For Jess, ever day in Law is different. She gets a kick out of making a positive difference in a client’s life and seeing their reaction when a case is resolved successfully.

To find out more about Jess and how she can help you, contact our Epping branch.

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