- Member of the Queensland Law Society (QLS)
- Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
- Member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ)
- Executive Secretary of the Environmental Justice Society
- Admitted in 2002
“There is nothing more satisfying than taking a stand against injustice and securing a brighter future for my clients.”
Rebecca Jancauskas is Special Counsel with Shine Lawyers’ Class Actions department, and is a dedicated, fearless advocate for everyday Australians who have suffered harm as a result of defective products, environmental damage and financial mismanagement.
Rebecca gained her tertiary legal qualifications from the Queensland University of Technology, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws with Honours. She was admitted to practice as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2002 and joined Shine Lawyers shortly after.
Over the years, Rebecca has been instrumental in fighting some of Shine’s most high profile and complex litigation, helping to obtain justice for thousands of Australians. She was integral in securing settlement in the DePuy Class Action for faulty hip replacements, and has spearheaded the litigation against Johnson & Johnson for defective prolapse mesh implants.
Passionate about utilising her legal expertise to benefit the wider community, Rebecca is dedicated to sharing her knowledge and devotes much of her time to community groups, universities and issues of environmental concern.
To learn more about Rebecca and her work, visit Shine Lawyers’ Class Actions service.
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