- Member of the Queensland Law Society
- Women's Legal Association of Queensland
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2008)
- Awardee of Merit - Gold Coast Women in Business Awards
‘My goal is to provide an exceptional and personalised legal service to those in our local community, ensuring we make a difference in the lives of all our clients.’
Kimberly Allen has been a member of Shine Lawyers for over 10 years, and is General Manager of their Gold Coast offices. She leads Shine’s team of expert legal staff to ensure local communities across Queensland have access to quality legal services and advice.
Kimberly was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2008, and has practised exclusively in plaintiff litigation since her admission.
As a lawyer, Kimberly is proud to fulfil Shine’s core values of delivering outstanding and empathetic legal services. She represents people, not corporations and is keenly aware of the impact traumatic events can have on individuals long term. For Kim, her legal services are a way of helping those victims move forward with their lives and regain their independence.
‘I’m passionate about representing clients to ensure they get the justice they deserve.’
Kim has been recognised for her outstanding leadership and legal service, receiving an Awardee of Merit in the Gold Coast Women in Business Awards.
As the mother of two small children, Kimberly is community-minded. She is an avid supporter of the Share the Dignity charity and has a strong association with the Gold Coast Legal Community Centre.
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