- Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
- Member of the American Association of Justice (AAJ)
- Member of the Queensland Law Society (QLS)
Having been with Shine Lawyers for over 15 years, Lisa Flynn has worked in a variety of different legal roles, helping many clients right wrongs in their lives.
She now heads Shine Lawyers’ Abuse Law Department as National Special Counsel, helping survivors of abuse bring claims against the institutions, organisations or individuals responsible.
For Lisa, it really is a privilege to be able to stand for her courageous clients, who have had to overcome many personal challenges often in the face of great adversity.
Her work is about giving survivors of abuse a voice, and achieving what is important for them to move forward, whether that be financial assistance, an apology or an acknowledge of what they have been through.
“There is nothing more inspiring and motivating than making a difference for a survivor of abuse.”
Lisa’s experience working in a variety of different legal roles has granted her a great understanding of the needs of her clients and her people, something Lisa is devoutly passionate about.
Lisa enjoys working closely with her legal team to ensure they are delivering consistent quality outcomes for every single client, ensuring they get the justice they deserve.
“I really do think it is a privilege to be able to stand up alongside these courageous survivors of abuse and help them to tell their story, and to fight for the justice they so desperately deserve.”
Outside her daily work, Lisa is a dogged advocate for reform. An integral force behind the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual abuse, Lisa and her team assisted hundreds of survivors to give evidence and share their stories.
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