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Tiffany Halliday


Essential Info

Location: Logan
Joined: 2013

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Public Liability
  • Product Liability
  • Workers Compensation
Memberships and Associations
  • Admitted to the Queensland Supreme Court (2017)
  • Queensland Law Society
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Logan & Scenic Rim Law Association

Tiffany Halliday

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Hardworking and client-focussed, Tiffany chose a career in law as she wanted to help people to understand their legal rights and access justice. Tiffany’s clients are her favourite part of the job; she enjoys getting to know them and working alongside them during what is generally one of the most difficult times in their lives.

Every day Tiffany is motivated to put in the hard yards for her clients, and she finds that taking the time to get to know and understand each client is the best way to help them and attain their desired outcome.

Tiffany has been a part of the Shine Lawyers family since 2013 – working her way up through different roles in the legal team; including as an Administrative Assistant, Paralegal, Law Clerk and now a Solicitor. This has given her helpful insight into the client’s journey through the legal process.

During this time Tiffany has gained experience across a number of areas of personal injury law, including motor vehicle accident claims, workers compensation claims and public liability claims.

Tiffany has a Bachelor of Science (Psychology Major), and Bachelor of Laws, where she graduated with honours from the University of Queensland, before being admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2017.

Tiffany is also able to speak Vietnamese, which helps clients to access legal help who may have previously found it difficult due to the language barrier.

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

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