- Location: Toowoomba, Queensland
- Joined: 2016
- Member of the Queensland Law Society
- Member of the International Golden Key Honours Society
- Member of the Toowoomba Philharmonic Choir
- Member of the Toowoomba City Rollers
- Volunteer Duty Barrister at NSW Bar Association (2011-204)
- Volunteer Mentor at University of Sydney Law Students' Society (2012-2013)
- Executive Councillor of NSW Young Lawyers (2008-2010)
‘I feel it is truly a privilege to be able to partner with my clients in seeking justice and to witness their extraordinary bravery and strength’
Kathryn Millist-Spendlove is a Senior Solicitor in Shine Lawyers’ Abuse Law division, working alongside a team of dedicated experts to bring justice to survivors of abuse across Australia.
Kathryn is an invaluable member of the Abuse Law team, bringing over 10 years’ experience across a myriad of legal fields. Prior to joining Shine, Kathryn held roles as In-House Counsel for major international companies, Senior Associate for one of Sydney’s leading construction firms, and was a Barrister at Eight Wentworth Chambers where she advised on Insurance, Building & Construction, and Land and Environment matters.
As well as being a seasoned litigator, appearing in courts and tribunals across the country, Kathryn’s experience extends beyond the legal field. She holds a background in psychology as well as being a published author and editor. Her experience has granted Kathryn the unique ability to understand and empathise with her clients while remaining a fierce advocate for their rights under the law. Kathryn prides herself on thinking outside the box and exploring every available avenue to achieve her client’s goals.
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