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Tina Ibraheem

Legal Practice Manager | Senior Associate

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Location: Bundall
Joined: 2017

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • No Win No Fee
  • Public Liability
  • Workers Compensation
Memberships and Associations
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2012)
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
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Tina Ibraheem
Legal Practice Manager | Senior Associate

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Tina has always known she wanted to be a lawyer. In high school, legal studies was the only subject she looked forward to every week. Since then, her enthusiasm for the field has been unwavering. She completed a Bachelor of Laws at Bond University, graduating in 2011. She gained a role at a large law firm as soon as she finished university and worked there until she began working at Shine Lawyers in 2017.

Although personal injury is her core area of practice, Tina also practices in a number of other areas including motor vehicle and public liability claims. Tina wanted to work in personal injury specifically because she was motivated to make a difference in the lives of others.

Tina is passionate about helping people get through difficult times in their lives. She has successfully acted for clients on a wide range of complex cases and is committed to providing trusted advice, guidance and advocacy in achieving fair and just outcomes for clients. Is it this exemplary service that had Tina recognised by the independent Doyles Guide as a leading motor vehicle accident compensation lawyer.

To find out more about Tina and how she can help you, contact our Bundall branch.

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