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Vladana Vracar 2017-06-26T13:49:16+00:00

Vlad Vracar 17

Stacks Goudkamp

Vladana Vracar is a solicitor in Julie Mahony’s Practice Group. She handles compensation claims in a variety of areas, including public liability claims, motor vehicle accidents and medical negligence claims.

Vladana holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Technology Sydney. She completed her Graduate Certificate in Professional Legal Practice at the beginning of 2016 and was admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in April 2016.

Originally from Yugoslavia, Vladana arrived with her family as a refugee in 1995. On this background, she holds a strong interest in protecting the rights of the vulnerable and representing their best interests. Advocating for people who have been injured by medical errors or in accidents therefore comes naturally to Vladana.

Since starting at Stacks Goudkamp as a paralegal in 2013, Vladana has proven to be an enthusiastic and promising young solicitor. Working closely with Julie Mahony, Practice Group Leader, Vladana eagerly continues to broaden her legal knowledge as well as explore complexities within the field of medicine, to the benefit of her medical negligence clients.

Vladana is passionate about the law and understands that the legal system can be daunting for clients. Due to her approachable and compassionate nature, Vladana is particularly receptive to the needs of her clients that have been affected by the injuries caused by the negligence of others.

Vladana speaks Serbian and assists with non-English speaking clients.

Outside of work, Vladana enjoys going to the cinema and trying new restaurants with her friends and family. She enjoys reading and has a great interest in world politics and international human rights law.