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Terree English

Special Counsel

Terree English | Shine Lawyers
Terree English | Shine Lawyers

Essential Info

Memberships and Associations:
  • Queensland Law Society (QLS)
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
  • Admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2001
  • Doyles Guide 2017 - Recommended motor vehicle accident compensation lawyer

Joining the Shine Lawyers’ team in 2002, Terree English holds over 10 years’ experience in plaintiff litigation law. A passionate advocate for justice and fair compensation, Terree is dedicated to getting her clients the results they deserve.

Terree understands that for her clients, the legal process is daunting. Most are experiencing what will be the most difficult time in their lives and she is inspired by their courage and strength. Terree will stick by her clients every step of the way to ensure they understand their rights and entitlements under the law, and achieve a final outcome that’s right for them.

As Special Counsel in the Brisbane CBD branch, Terree’s primary objective is to ensure her clients receive the best possible legal representation. Whoever she represents, Terree will stand as a source of hope and strength for her clients in their hour of need.

Terree’s legal expertise has been recognised by the Doyles Guide to the Australian Legal Profession, and she was named as a recommended motor vehicle accident compensation lawyer in 2017.

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