The following law firms and practitioners may be able to assist you. Check them out! Some practitioners have now moved on and we wish them all the very best. DLEGAL main office is at 4 Burwood HWY Burwood VIC. Oates Rennick & Associates is a separate practice headed by Jan Rennick (principle) located at the same location.
- President - LawHelp Australia
- Treasurer - Eastern Suburbs Law Association (ESLA) of LIV
- Law Institute Migration Law Committee - Member
- The producer of the CH 31 TV LawHelp programme
He graduated from Deakin University in 2004 with a bachelor degree in law (LLB) and he was admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria as Solicitor & Barrister. He also completed a post grad: Dip: in Legal Practice. He started in the property law section and initiated the Migration Law Practice at Oates Rennick Lawyers.
Dinesh formed DLEGAL into an incorporated multi-disciplinary legal practice. He is experienced in a variety of practice areas including Criminal Law, Family Law and Immigration Law. Dinesh is the President of LawHelp Australia and the treasurer of Eastern Suburbs Law Association (ESLA) of LIV. He is also a committee member of the Law Institute of Victoria Migration Law section. Dinesh is the producer of the CH 31 TV LawHelp programme.
Dinesh is fluent in Sinhalese and easily relates to clients.
Pervez Rahman is based at Dandenong and has over five years of experience working in legal practices including at large national law firms where he acted for a range of large banking and financial services organisations and corporate clients. He provided legal advice across issues relating to business and consumer lending, mortgages, security reviews, fraud and forgeries, breach of contract and general litigation and dispute resolution matters. He has also acted for insolvency practitioners, individuals facing bankruptcy action as well as businesses facing insolvency. He has extensive experience dealing with businesses and individuals facing financial hardship or are facing recovery action from credit providers.
Pervez has strong ties with the local Bangladeshi community and is fluent in Bengali. Pervez is currently the Principal Lawyer at SMP Legal.
He was previously was an Associate at Harwood Andrews Ballarat and Cuthberts (who were incorporated into the Harwood Andrews Group as of 1 July 2013) in the same type of role.
Paul was admitted to practice in October 2009 after completing a Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) at Deakin University.
Paul has also completed a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice with The College of Law and is nearing completion of a Masters in Applied Law (Commercial Litigation) also at the College of Law. Paul focuses on providing commercial and cost-effective legal advice. He always strives hard to achieve a good result for his clients, and he has received many satisfied testimonials from clients.
Paul’s main areas of practice are commercial litigation (excepting family law and criminal law) and employment law. Paul has extensive experience in victims of crime compensation matters and also has some experience and skills in commercial work, including purchases and sales of business and general commercial work.
Paul has moved on and currently practice at Piggybag Australia and Ascot Solicitors.
Emily Tung has completed a Graduate Diploma of Practical Legal Training with the College of Law and was admitted to practice in September 2014 after completing a Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Economics at La Trobe University.
Previously, Emily was a legal assistant at Slater & Gordon and a paralegal volunteer at North Melbourne Community Legal Service. She has also travelled overseas and lived in Cambodia during which she was an intern at the Cambodian Human Rights Action Committee (CHRAC) and involved in monitoring human rights. Emily also wrote a Shadow Report on corruption in the Cambodian judiciary and undertook substantial research into other human rights issues and the implementation of the Human Rights Universal Periodic Review recommendations.
Emily aims to focus on criminal and traffic matters, assisting victims of crime and other civil and commercial matters.
When not attending to legal matters, Emily spends her time training for triathlons and scuba diving. She also dedicates her time to assisting others in need through her role at LawHelp Australia and the TV series on Channel 31 (Digital 44).
Emily has moved on and currently practice at Oakfair Lawyers.
Lynette Fuller joined the DLegal team in August 2014. Her career in conveyancing spans over a 15 - 20 year period starting as a casual in a small conveyancing firm. This firm grew servicing the Frankston/Bayside area and gave her the opportunity to grow and adapt to the many changes over this time.
In 2008, Lynette was asked to manage a conveyancing firm that serviced the Candinia/Casey area and during this time completed the Diploma of Financial Services specializing in conveyancing, the qualification required to be a licenced conveyancer.
Lynette’s aim is to provide a conveyancing service that ensures the client has a stress free experience, with continual communication with all parties of the transaction. Delivering high customer service is a priority to Lynette, ensuring the client receives clear communication and understanding of the conveyancing process. Lynette is primarily based in the Dandenong office.
Outside of work, Lynette enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking/running, live music and theatre, and reading fictional novels.
Lynette has moved on and is no longer at DLEGAL
Lai Yan (Bonnie) graduated from Deakin University with a bachelor degree in business. She has also completed Graduate Diploma of Migration law and Advance Diploma of Conveyancing.
Bonnie is primarily based in the Dandenong office and can speak Mandarin and Cantonese fluently.
In her free time, she enjoys the great outdoors, music, reading and cooking.
Lai has moved on and is no longer at DLEGAL.
Yvonne Lye completed her Bachelor of Law and Master of Law in Commercial at Cardiff University in 1999 and 2001 respectively. She started her career in 2002, dealing with property transactions in the United Kingdom prior to immigrating to Australia in 2007. She was then admitted as an Australian lawyer in 2009 where she continues her career representing private clients on small to mid-scale commercial and residential property transactions in a boutique law firm. Following that, she was an in-house Corporate Solicitor for an Australian private company managing their national commercial property portfolios dealing with large and complex commercial property transactions.
Yvonne speaks fluent Cantonese and her focus is to understand clients’ expectations before trying to meet them. She always applies legal and commercial acumen in all her negotiations to reach pragmatic solutions for her clients.
She spends her free time with her family and sailing on a yacht out on Port Phillip Bay.
Yvonne is an independent practitioner and at times assist Dlegal as a consultant and/or agent.
Team at Oates Rennick & Associates
Jan is the principle at Oates Rennick & Associates which is an independent practice to Dlegal. She graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1974 with a bachelor degree in law (LLB). She was admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1975 and she has been a legal practitioner ever since.
Robyn graduated from Monash University in 1976 with a bachelor degree in law (B Juris, LLB). She was admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1977 and is a current legal practitioner within the meaning of the Legal Profession Act 2004. Robyn works at Oates Rennick & Associates.