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Stephanie McConochie

Branch Manager, Logan

Stephanie McConochie | Shine Lawyers
Stephanie McConochie | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2010)
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Member of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland
  • Member of the Gold Coast District Law Association
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Stephanie McConochie
Branch Manager, Logan at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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‘Every client’s story is unique, and I genuinely care about getting the best results for each person I represent.’

Stephanie McConochie is Branch Manager of Shine Lawyers’ Logan office. She leads a dedicated team of compensation lawyers, who are driven by legal expertise and a passion for justice.

A local Queenslander, Stephanie obtained her legal qualifications from the Queensland University of Technology, graduating in 2009. She was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2010.

Stephanie holds over a decade of experience in the legal industry, covering a wide range of practice areas. Before joining the team at Shine Lawyers, Stephanie worked as a Principal Solicitor at a plaintiff litigation firm, where she honed her skills for plaintiff advocacy.

Stephanie chose a career in law because she wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. She thrives on the opportunity to meet different individuals every day.

Stephanie genuinely enjoys listening to her clients’ stories, and finds satisfaction in making things easier for people who are experiencing some of the darkest periods in their life.

Learn more about Stephanie and the team of local Logan lawyers today.

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