Shrishti Shah



Shrishti is a lawyer in the Government Division at McCabes. Shrishti works on a range of institutional abuse claims.

Shrishti holds a Bachelor of Laws from Macquarie University and was admitted as a Lawyer of the Supreme Court of NSW in 2021.

Since her admission, Shrishti has obtained experience within family and personal injury matters. This allowed Shrishti to obtain experience in representing a diverse clientele and delivering high quality outcomes in court, settlement conferences and other forms of alternative dispute resolutions.

Shrishti prides herself in her commitment to delivering optimal results for clients and her extensive communication skills.

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Published by Raissa Galang
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It is not part of a medical assessor’s function to determine the scope of a motor accident

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