- Location: Perth, Western Australia
- Joined: 2017
- Member of the Law Society of WA
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of WA (2006)
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW (2006)
Bringing sixteen years of experience in civil litigation, Laura Angel is Branch Manager of Shine Lawyers’ Perth Branch.
With the intricacies of the law and the challenge of finding answers to complex legal questions as her driving force, Laura ensures that Shine’s Perth team will secure the best possible outcomes for their clients, every time.
Obtaining qualifications in both law and health science, Laura completed her university studies in 2005, and was admitted to practice in both the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Laura pursued a career in law out of a desire to assist those who have been wronged, particularly where it was a result of medical malpractice.
Laura enjoyed years of practice in compensation law before joining Shine Lawyers. She brings a wealth of experience and expert legal knowledge to her clients at Shine, having previously worked at numerous reputable plaintiff firms in both Perth and Sydney.
Throughout her extensive career, Laura has worked exclusively in compensation law, and has experience running claims from both the plaintiff and defendant side. This provides her with a holistic and multi-facetted understanding of litigation, and a distinct advantage when negotiating her clients’ claims.
For more information on Laura and the team of compensation experts at Shine Lawyers Perth, get in touch today.
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