- Queensland Law Society (QLS)
- Member of the Far North Queensland Law Association (FNQLA)
- Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
- Member of the Far North Queensland Medico Legal Society (FNMLS)
- Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland, admitted in 1992
- Solicitor of the High Court of Australia, admitted in 1993
Susan Gandini is a Senior Solicitor and Associate with Shine Lawyers’ Cairns branch. With over 20 years’ experience in compensation law, Susan is committed to supporting and helping members of the local community navigate their complex legal journeys.
‘I feel very passionate about obtaining compensation for my clients who quite often, have withstood life changing events through no fault of their own.’
Susan received her legal qualifications from the Queensland University of Technology, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business, majoring in Accountancy. She was admitted to practice in both the Supreme Court of Queensland and High Court of Australia.
Susan is well-versed in all aspects of compensation law, having practiced exclusively in this field since her admission. She worked for a number of compensation law firms throughout Cairns for both the plaintiff and defendant side, before joining the team at Shine Lawyers in 2009.
‘Having practiced in this area for over 20 years, I enjoy coming to work each day to right wrong for my clients.’
Susan is passionate about using her technical legal expertise to guide her clients through the complex legal process. For Susan, it’s a privilege to be able to stand as a voice for her clients, many of whom are experiencing unimaginable hardship.
Devoted to helping those in need, Susan also volunteers at the Cairns Homeless Persons’ Legal Clinic, assisting with tenancy issues, credit problems and family law difficulties.
For more information on Susan and the team of compensation lawyers at Cairns, get in touch today.
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