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Joshua Boyes

Practice Leader | Senior Associate - Superannuation and Insurance Law

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Location: Melbourne
Joined: 2020

Practice Area(s)
  • Superannuation and Insurance Law
  • No Win No Fee
Memberships and Associations
  • Law Institute of Victoria
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
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Joshua Boyes
Practice Leader | Senior Associate - Superannuation and Insurance Law

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Josh Boyes is a Melbourne-based Practice Leader and Senior Associate in Shine Lawyers’ Superannuation and Insurance team. An expert in Total Permanent Disability (TPD), Income Protection and Superannuation death benefits, Josh takes pride in delivering outcomes clients thought impossible.  

“There’s an unfair system in place that doesn’t account for the suffering that too many experience. As a lawyer, I can help rectify the great imbalance created by the system.”  

A Wodonga boy, Josh was inspired by lawyers in his hometown to pursue a legal career. A farmer, then a bartender, then a lawyer, he studied arts and law at Deakin University before completing his graduate diploma of legal practice at the Australian National University.  

Josh was admitted as a lawyer in 2014, going on to represent clients across Victoria, Western Australian, the Northern Territory and the ACT. He is well-experienced going up against insurance companies and other large organisations to achieve justice for his clients.  

Josh has been active in the community over the years. This includes volunteering at legal clinics for asylum seekers across Australia and internationally, participating in many charity events including the MS Mega Swim and the Santa Speedo Shuffle, to participating in events and committees to advance the interests of disability support groups and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island peoples.  

To find out more about Josh and how Shine Lawyers can help you, contact our Melbourne branch. 

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