- Location: Sunshine, Victoria
- Joined: 2016
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria (2016)
- Member of the Law Institute of Victoria
- Volunteer Paralegal for Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (2012 - 2014)
‘It is important that people know they are protected if something goes wrong through the negligence of someone else, and I pride myself on achieving a just outcome for those affected.’
Michelle Cavalieri joined the team at Shine Lawyers Sunshine in 2016 as a Solicitor. She works alongside a team of compensation experts to ensure members of the community injured on the roads, in the workplace and in public places receive the just results they are entitled to under the law.
Michelle brings to Shine an impressive portfolio of experience across a variety of legal fields. After receiving her Bachelor of Laws from La Trobe University, she worked as a Legal Intern for one of the world’s leading professional services businesses. She has also held employment as a Paralegal for a top Melbourne immigration law firm and as a member of the in-house legal team for one of the world’s largest hospitality companies.
As a Solicitor, Michelle is driven by her desire to provide sound legal advice to members of the community who have had their lives upturned by unforeseen circumstances. She is a dedicated advocate for those she represents and remains focused on getting nothing but the best results for her clients. Michelle is passionate about sharing her expertise and giving back to the local community. She has volunteered as a Paralegal for the Asylum Seeker Resrouce Centre, providing pro bono legal support services.
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