Shay is diligent in guiding her clients through each step of the conveyancing process and making them feel comfortable with the process from start to finish. Shay's name may mean “poetry” however you can rest assured she will make sure you easily understand the contents and legal obligations of your contract as she guides you through the conveyancing process.
Unlike Shay’s favourite poem “Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll”, when she completes a contract review for her client she makes sure you understand how best to protect yourself from beginning to end whether you are a buyer or a seller. She can also draft a contract for you so you can be sure you are best protected all the way through.
Appointed as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2020, Shay is a young blood lawyer who's beyond willing to exercise her expertise for the benefit of other people. Her selfless nature motivates her to continually grow and learn the ins and outs of this profession.
With Shay, you won't feel out of place or isolated while going through the process. She strongly advocates for her clients and focuses on achieving a desirable outcome.
In her spare time, Shay volunteers for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) as she loves to work closely with animals, especially dogs. She owns a German Shepherd named Taj who loves walking and eating anything with chicken in it!
“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better." — Maya Angelou
Before working at Lead Conveyancing, Shay obtained her legal experiences through boutique law firms working as a paralegal to working as a lawyer. Some of the law firms Shay worked in specialised in employment law, property law and family law. In her spare time, she volunteers in Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) as she loves to work closely with animals.
Shay completed her Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) and Bachelor of Business (Majoring in Employment Relations) at Griffith University. She obtained her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (GDLP) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT).