- Admitted to Supreme Court of Queensland
- Member of the Queensland Law Society
- Committee member of the Logan Scenic Rim Association
Tiffany Dinh has been an integral member of the team at Shine Lawyers since joining in 2013. Specialising in compensation legal services, Tiffany holds a longstanding commitment to ensuring that Shine’s clients receive the financial support they deserve in their time of need.
Tiffany understands the level of trust that clients must place in their legal representative. She channels her diligence and attention to details into obtaining a holistic understanding of each and every client’s unique situation in order to work in their best interests.
‘I became a lawyer to help my clients understand and protect their legal entitlements.’
Tiffany chose a career in the law to stand as a voice for individuals who were unable to be heard. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Psychology, and Bachelor of Laws with Honours from the University of Queensland in 2016.
Before joining Shine, Tiffany worked at the National Relay Service assisting those with hearing impairments. Tiffany joined Shine as a work experience student while still at university. Upon realising that Shine’s values – “standing up for the little guy” – were aligned with her own, she stayed with the team as her legal career flourished, moving through various roles until she was admitted to practice in Queensland as a Solicitor.
Tiffany maintains a commitment to her development as a compensation lawyer through her membership of the Queensland Law Society and position as a Committee Member of the Logan & Scenic Rim Law Association. Coming from a Vietnamese background, Tiffany is able to speak and understand the Vietnamese language.
‘I enjoy getting to know my clients on a personal level in order to better understand their situation. This allows me to always act in their best interests.’
For more information on Tiffany Dinh and the team at Shine Lawyers Springwood, get in touch today.
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