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Nardine Hanna

Senior Solicitor, Reservoir

Nardine Hanna | Shine Lawyers
Nardine Hanna | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria (2011)
  • Member of the Law Institute of Victoria
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Nardine Hanna
Senior Solicitor, Reservoir at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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A Senior Solicitor in Shine Lawyers’ Reservoir office, Nardine Hanna was drawn to law for the challenge of litigation and the satisfaction of helping her community.

Nardine graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Neuroscience from the University of Melbourne. She was admitted to practice as a solicitor in February 2011.

A well-rounded solicitor, Nardine has experience in both plaintiff and defendant litigation. She commenced her career with a plaintiff firm, specialising in WorkCover matters. In 2016, she moved to a defendant firm to broaden her expertise, before returning to fight for the little guy with Shine Lawyers.

Nardine’s work in the defendant litigation sphere has provided her with a valuable tactical edge and nuanced understanding of the law. She understands how the other side thinks and the strategies they employ when defending cases.

An experienced and successful trial lawyer, Nardine brings her wealth of practical experience to every case she runs. She has advocated for her clients at every level, from pre-trial negotiations to cases in Victoria’s County Court, Supreme Court and Supreme Court of Appeals.

For more information on Nardine and the team at Shine Lawyers Reservoir, visit today.

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