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Raymond Koen

Solicitor, Carindale

Raymond Koen | Shine Lawyers
Raymond Koen | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2014)
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society

Raymond Koen
Solicitor, Carindale at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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Raymond Koen joined the team at Shine Lawyers in 2012. He now works as a Solicitor with Shine’s Carindale branch, specialising in compensation law services.

Raymond was first admitted to practice in South Africa in 2007, where he worked in commercial law for two years. He later moved to an in-house role in Suncorp Bank’s business banking sector, before transitioning within the company to Suncorp Insurance.

When Raymond joined the team at Shine, he brought with him years of valuable experience, spanning both jurisdictions and practice areas.

As a result of his diverse career path, Raymond has witnessed both sides of the litigation coin – the case for plaintiffs, as well as the case for defendants. This gives him a unique vantage point when assessing and litigating his clients’ cases.

‘I’ll always go the extra mile above and beyond to achieve the best result for my clients.’

When it comes to his legal services, Raymond adopts a simple and straightforward approach. Explaining the legal process in clear language, he’s committed to ensuring his clients remain involved and at ease every step of the way.

For more information on how Raymond and the team at Shine Lawyers Carindale can assist you, get in touch today.

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