- Joined: 2014
- Location: Brisbane, Queensland
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2012)
- Admitted to the High Court of Australia (2012)
- Member of the Queensland Law Society
“I am passionate about understanding my clients’ needs and circumstances to find practical, commercial and cost-effective solutions to their issues”
Joseph Crane is a Senior Solicitor with Shine Lawyers’ Professional Negligence and Financial Services division. Based in Brisbane, Joseph delivers legal remedies to individuals and companies to recoup loss incurred due to negligent professional advice.
Joseph graduated with Honours in Bachelor of Laws from Griffith University, receiving the highest aggregate result across his cohort. He went on to work as a Solicitor for a boutique insolvency and commercial litigation firm in Brisbane. He spent two years refining his skills in the commercial litigation space, before joining the team at Shine Lawyers in 2014.
Joseph has practiced exclusively in professional negligence matters since joining Shine and brings invaluable skill and dedication to the department. His expertise in the professional negligence discipline is complimented by his past experience in financial services litigation, bankruptcy law and insolvency claims.
As a lawyer, Joseph prides himself on his impeccable work ethic and dedication to his clients. He runs each case with dedication and tenacity to ensure each client he represents obtains the best possible outcome in the fastest possible timeframe.
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