Angelene Singh is an enthusiastic and dedicated member of the Personal Injury and Estate Litigation team in Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers’ Sydney office.
Since joining the firm, Angelene has worked on various estate litigation matters and for plaintiff clients across a broad range of personal injury matters including workers compensation, work injury damages, motor vehicle accidents, public liability and medical negligence claims.
Prior to joining Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers, Angelene worked as a paralegal for 3 years and gained an in depth understanding about the complexities involved in the processes of the legal system and how best to successfully achieve positive outcomes for clients.
Angelene prides herself in approaching all clients and cases with compassion, empathy and understands that every client’s experience is different and unique. She enjoys the intellectual stimulation and challenging nature of personal injury law and succession law.
“I know that clients can find navigating the ins and outs of the legal system and process quite difficult, and it can be a scary experience. It is my job to alleviate the stress involved in legal proceedings. I strive to facilitate a safe experience for my clients so that they feel like they are being understood. At the same time I aim to help them to fully comprehend all their entitlements and legal rights and what is necessary to ultimately lead to a favourable outcome. It is crucial to resolve matters in a timely manner to help my clients move forward and get back to their lives. I take great pride in my clients placing their faith in me to help them progress their claim and gain a successful outcome.”
Key Professional Achievements
- Angelene joined Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers in January 2023.
- Angelene holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Social Science majoring in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the Western Sydney University.
- She started her career in law in 2019, gaining industry experience in Plaintiff personal injury litigation.
- She obtained a Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law in 2022.
- Angelene was admitted as a Lawyer of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in February 2023.