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Riley King

Solicitor

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Location: Sydney CBD
Joined: 2019

Practice Area(s)
  • Class Actions
Memberships and Associations
  • NSW Law Society
  • NSW Young Lawyers
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Riley King
Solicitor

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Riley has a passion for helping others to achieve justice and advocating for those who may not have otherwise had a voice. Part of the Shine Lawyers Class Actions team, Riley enjoys getting to work on multiple large scale actions across different areas of the law, to help everyday people who have been wronged by businesses or government. He relishes knowing that he has aided and will continue to aid many clients in receiving the compensation needed to get their lives back on track.

Riley graduated from the University of Queensland in December 2018 with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Japanese and Political Science) before being admitted into practice in October 2019.

Prior to joining Shine Lawyers, Riley worked for a prominent law firm where he assisted military veterans to receive compensation for injuries they sustained while in service. He also volunteered at Disability Law Queensland and LawRight. Each of these experiences have taught Riley how to communicate complex legal matters in plain English, and how to assist clients from diverse cultures and backgrounds.

To find out more about Riley and how he can help you, contact our Sydney branch.

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