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Leanne McDonald

National Practice Leader | Abuse, Dust Diseases and Federal Compensation

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Location: Toowoomba
Joined: 1994

Practice Area(s)
  • Abuse Law
  • Asbestos and Dust Diseases
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society (QLS)
  • Committee Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
  • Member of the American Association of Justice (AAJ)
  • Admitted in 2003
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Leanne McDonald
National Practice Leader | Abuse, Dust Diseases and Federal Compensation

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Leanne McDonald is National Practice Leader of Shine's Abuse Law, Dust Diseases and Federal Compensation legal services, having a legal career that has spanned over 20 years.

I have always had a passion for standing up for those in need and really couldn't imagine doing anything else.

Leanne has been a part of the Shine Lawyers team for over a decade, holding various roles throughout this time. She led the Queensland workers compensation practice, managed various teams and offices across the firm, and facilitated various staff training initiatives.

Leanne is motivated everyday by the strength and determination she sees in her clients. For Leanne, they are her real heroes.

Through her work with Shine, she is able to make a difference in her clients' lives by standing up for them in their time of need and guiding them through the legal process.

No matter the case at hand, Leanne is driven to achieve the outcomes that truly matter to her clients.

'I want to ensure that my clients are well looked after and have a brighter future as a result of going through the legal process.'

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