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Minnie Dhillon Joins Dynamic Team At DSA Law

As Ms South Asia Australia/Australasia Globe and president-elect of Rotary Club and let’s not forget, a competent lawyer Jasmin Dhillon (aka Minnie) has many talents. With her new role as a lawyer at DSA Law she continues to raise the bar and list of achievements.

DSA Law is a fast growing and dynamic service-oriented firm with a human touch with offices in Melbourne CBD, Mornington Peninsula and Ballarat. Originating from the practices of three senior Melbourne legal figures – Joseph Alesci, Joseph Di Mauro and Kimble Stynes – their combined 70+ years’ experience speak volumes. The trio joined forces just over four years ago and the firm now boasts nearly 40 staff, a new CEO and continuing aggressive growth.

DSA has rapidly made a name for itself as a no-nonsense, results driven commercial advisory and litigation firm with competency in all jurisdictions, including interstate, family and criminal law matters. Culturally, generationally and gender diverse, DSA bring a wealth of experience and perspectives to the table to solve your legal and commercial issues.

“We pride ourselves on standing shoulder to shoulder with our clients during difficult times and providing the sound commercial advice for them to grow their business” says founding partner, Joseph Alesci.
DSA is a vibrant, innovative firm where individual differences are celebrated. Recently DSA helped a client with establishing a cannabis dispensary, the first of its kind in Melbourne that will help people suffering from a range of medical conditions obtain cost effective relief following a consult with a trained professional instead of opting for the black market.

Areas of practice include corporate and commercial law, litigation and dispute resolution, family law and mediation, personal injury law, property planning and construction law, employment and industrial relations, insolvency and taxation and debt recovery collections. No legal matter is too big or too small due to the broad range of legal experts and extensive networks of the partners and team.

Minnie is passionate about her South Asian cultural heritage and understands how migrants may experience confusion and feel intimidated when dealing with the legal system. This understanding also stems from her role as multicultural ambassador for the Mental Health Foundation Australia which aims to promote better mental health for all by way of advocacy, awareness, education, resilience and support.

DSA Law is providing a special offer to readers of G’day India for any legal needs. You can call Minnie for a free initial consult on 03 8639 9950.