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Mellissa Cheshire

Branch Manager & Senior Associate, Sunshine Coast

Melissa Cheshire | Shine Lawyers
Melissa Cheshire | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2010)

Mellissa Cheshire
Branch Manager & Senior Associate, Sunshine Coast at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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Since joining Shine Lawyers in 2005, I have grown so much as a person and in my role professionally. Soon after joining, I knew that my values aligned to that of the firm and that this life changing, client focused work was exactly what I wanted to do.

Every single day, I am reminded of how our work helps people get their lives back on track. It is inspiring to see clients’ bravery and courage on a daily basis, and to be able to fight for them is both an honour and a privilege.

As a Senior Associate and the Branch Manager at Sunshine Coast, I work hard to ensure we have a highly engaged team that delivers outstanding quality, personal compensation legal service to our clients. There is no greater measure of success than seeing how we have changed the lives of people in the Maroochydore region and standing up for what’s right in the community.

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