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Sara Kaurin

Practice Leader | Associate - Travel Law & Abuse Law

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Location: Melbourne
Joined: 2018

Practice Area(s)
  • Transport and Travel Law
  • Abuse Law
Community Involvement
  • RSPCA Volunteer
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Sara Kaurin
Practice Leader | Associate - Travel Law & Abuse Law

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Passionate, educated and well-rounded, Sara is a solicitor who enjoys solving problems and fighting for people’s rights.

Sara completed a Bachelor degree in Law and Arts at the University of Western Australia in 2013. She was admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in May 2014 and is currently studying her Master’s degree at the University of Melbourne.

Prior to joining Shine Lawyers, Sara worked for 11 years at Bradley Bayly Legal, gaining skills such as drafting, corresponding, litigating and managing files from the beginning of a claim until the end.

Sara has worked in most areas of personal injury law including worker’s compensation, motor vehicle, public liability, medical negligence and criminal injuries compensation, as well as travel law and abuse law. She is also a volunteer with the RSPCA and is fluent in German and Croatian.

Sara is a Senior Solicitor and the Practice Leader of Shine's Travel and Transport Law service, including maritime law claims, aviation law claims and other international travel claims. Sara is also a Practice Leader of Shine's Abuse Law team.

To find out more about Sara and how she can help you, contact our Melbourne branch.

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