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Shanni Zoeller


About Shanni

Shanni Zoeller is an Associate lawyer working in Coleman Greig's Employment Law team.

Throughout her time as an employment lawyer, Shanni has gained experience across a wide range of legal areas including unfair dismissal and general protection claims, performance management, calculations of leave and other entitlements, and compliance with modern awards.

Having worked with a range of small to medium-sized enterprises across a wide range of industries, Shanni has developed the ability to utilise practical, real-world examples as she assists her clients in understanding where they stand with regard to complex, often confusing, legal matters.

Regardless of the matter at hand, Shanni makes an ongoing effort to gain a thorough understanding of what her clients do, and of the factors most important to them within the context of both their business and their legal proceedings.  In turn, she carefully tailors her advice to suit each client's professional requirements: no one situation, nor solution is the same.

By ensuring that she remains up-to-date and in-the-know with regard to the ever-changing employment law space, Shanni's clients can rest assured that they are in safe hands at all times, regardless of the potentially volatile situations that they may encounter.  In line with the confidence that her legal knowledge instils in clients, Shanni's personable, practical and professional approach helps her to foster strong working relationships with those whom she represents.

Prior to joining Coleman Greig's Employment Law team, Shanni spent over five years working in both Human Resources and Workplace Relations roles, with this in-house experience significantly bolstering her understanding of the inner-workings of her clients.

Taking advantage of her wide-reaching knowledge within the employment space, Shanni has previously been invited to present workplace relations lectures at the University of Sydney.  She has similarly contributed to a range of articles on various Human Resources and workplace relations topics since being admitted to practice as a lawyer in 2013.