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Tina Ibraheem

Branch Manager, Bundall

Tina Ibraheem | Shine Lawyers
Tina Ibraheem | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2012)
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
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Tina Ibraheem
Branch Manager, Bundall at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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“I am passionate about helping people get through what can be an incredibly difficult time in their life.”

Tina Ibraheem is a Senior Associate and Branch Manager at Shine Lawyers in their Bundall branch. Tina and the team of legal experts at Bundall are dedicated to providing legal services of the highest quality to members of the local community.

Tina has always been passionate about helping individuals through difficult times in their life, a passion that inspired her to pursue a career in law. She graduated from Bond University with Honours in Law in 2011 and was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2012.

She has practiced exclusively in Plaintiff Law since her admission, working for a mid-tier national firm before joining the team at Shine in 2017.

Tina is committed to providing trusted advice, guidance and advocacy for those she represents. Her clients’ needs are always paramount as she strives to achieve fair and just outcomes under the law. She remains focused on supporting her clients through a difficult time in their lives, taking the legal burden off their shoulders so they can concentrate on recovery and improvement.

Get in touch with Tina and the team at Bundall today.

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