Yahya Noureddine

Solicitor

Yahya completed his Bachelor of Laws at Latrobe University and was admitted to practice in April 2023.

Since working for Bardo Lawyers, Yahya has amassed extensive experience in Civil, Commercial and Criminal Law with a particular focus on civil litigation and insurance disputes.

In the realm of Civil and Commercial Law, Yahya has gained a wealth of experience in navigating landlord-tenant disputes, debt recovery matters, and the complexities of insurance cases, particularly in property and motor vehicle claims disputes and has demonstrated a proven track record thus far.

In Criminal Law, Yahya demonstrates a deep understanding of both summary and indictable offenses, including experience with family violence intervention orders. He has navigated complex proceedings in various Courts, including the Magistrates’, County, and Supreme Courts of Victoria.

He is known for meticulous attention to detail, an unwavering spirit and is relentless in his pursuit to secure the best possible outcomes for his clients. Clients can rely on Yahya as a formidable advocate, ready to address the challenges of Civil Litigation and Criminal Law with diligence and expertise.

  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Law

  • Bachelor of Laws at Latrobe University

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