Shannen Mullins



Shannen joined McCabes as a Graduate lawyer in 2022 in the Casualty group of McCabes' Insurance Division. Shannen specialises in public liability claims involving both personal injury and property damage, working with our national and international insurer clients.

Shannen holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Criminology from Deakin University. Shannen was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2022.

Prior to joining McCabes, Shannen worked for several organisations as a paralegal where she gained experience in commercial law, employment law and criminal law matters at both a state and federal level.

Shannen is actively involved in the firm's initiatives, being part of the Social Committee and liaising with external organisations and charities.

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