Maurice Blackburn Lawyers Strathpine office leader Rachel Davis is off to a flying start for the new year, with a promotion to Senior Associate.
Rachel is one of 15 female lawyers in Queensland promoted by the firm this year.
She grew up locally and says she’s passionate about helping people who have suffered injuries through no fault of their own.
|“I am a strong advocate for people who have been wronged and leave no stone unturned in my pursuit of justice,” Rachel says.|
“I am particularly passionate about fighting for those who have been bullied in the workplace, as I believe employees should be treated fairly and workplaces should be free from the risk of injury.
“The most rewarding part of my job is doing whatever I can to help restore each and every client’s quality of life.”
Rachel has worked exclusively in personal injuries law for more than 15 years, practicing in the areas of workers’ compensation, public liability and CTP claims.
Principal Lawyer Michelle James, who heads Maurice Blackburn’s Queensland injuries divisions, congratulated all the lawyers on their promotions.
“We are fortunate at Maurice Blackburn to have many talented and committed people working to deliver great outcomes for our clients,” Michelle says.
“We are particularly proud to see so many female leaders being recognised, with women making up 15 of the 19 promotions in Queensland.
“These promotions reflect the talent across many practice areas, particularly our personal injuries team, and we are pleased that 45 per cent of our office leaders have been promoted this year.”
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