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Sylva Dankha

Solicitor

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Location: Sydney CBD
Joined: 2019

Practice Area(s)
  • Bankruptcy and Corporate Insolvency
  • Professional Negligence Law
Memberships and Associations
  • Law Society of New South Wales
  • Hellenic Australian Lawyers
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Sylva Dankha
Solicitor

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Analytical, determined and passionate, Sylva chose a career in law because she wanted to make a lasting impact for her community and strive for justice in doing so.

Sylva’s primary areas of practice are insolvency, professional negligence and commercial disputes.

Sylva enjoys engaging with people from all walks of life and devising tailored and appropriate strategies to help resolve their legal issues. She is also driven by the analytical and problem-solving aspects involved with commercial litigation, and working tirelessly to fight for the best outcome for her clients.

Prior to joining the Shine Lawyers team, she worked at a reputable civil litigation firm where she gained valuable experience from a range of civil matters in both the District and Supreme Court of NSW. She has also worked in the government sector.

These experiences have culminated in the creation of a unique skill set and knowledge of the commercial field, helping to shape Sylva into a confident litigator and negotiator.

Sylva holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) from the University of New South Wales, who also recognised her academic nous by awarding her the Academic Achievers Scholarship.

To find out more about Sylva and how she can help you, get in touch with our Sydney branch.

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