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Naomi Ferwerda

Solicitor, Melbourne

Naomi Ferwerda | Shine Lawyers
Naomi Ferwerda | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria (2017)
  • Member of the Law Institute of Victoria
Community Involvement
  • Volunteer - Consumer Action Law Centre
  • Volunteer - St Vincent De Paul
  • Volunteer - Human Rights Protection
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Naomi Ferwerda
Solicitor, Melbourne at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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‘I always strive to achieve a result that will provide an opportunity for my clients to live a healthy and fulfilled life.’

Shine Lawyers Solicitor Naomi Ferwerda provides quality legal services to members of the Melbourne and surrounding communities, helping them access justice and compensation through the legal system.

Holding a Bachelor of Laws from Victoria University, Naomi worked in financial services before joining Shine Lawyers in 2013.

Naomi has been involved in social and legal change regarding domestic violence and parole systems, taking part in the coronial inquests of Luke Batty, Kelly Thompson and Sarah Cafferkey.

A dedicated volunteer, she has worked with organisations such as the Consumer Action Law Centre, St Vincent De Paul and Human Rights Protection.

As a Solicitor, Naomi sees the law as an avenue for citizens without a voice to be heard. She is inspired everyday by the opportunity to represent the people who matter most – the victims and the injured. A conscientious and hard-working professional, Naomi will always strive to achieve the results that truly matter to her clients.

 

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