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Stephanie Esakoff

Associate

Essential Info

Location: Melbourne
Joined: 2015

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Public Liability
Memberships and Associations
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Shine Lawyers' Rookie of the Year 2016.
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Stephanie Esakoff
Associate

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Stephanie was drawn to a career in law by the motivation to assist and empower people who have found themselves in disadvantaged circumstances. This makes her a perfect fit for her primary practice area of motor vehicle accident claims. Stephanie enjoys the challenges of litigation, protecting the legal rights of individuals in difficult circumstances and assisting and empowering people of different backgrounds during difficult times in their lives.

Stephanie completed a Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Art at Monash University in 2012. In 2011, she completed a clerkship at a prominent law firm which led to employment as a paralegal while she completed legal studies and practical training.

Stephanie is committed to obtaining the best possible outcomes for her clients. She’s proactive and diligent in her approach and unafraid to ask for assistance when it’s required. She also takes the time to build relationships with her clients which helps with the progression and management of their claims.

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

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