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About Kim

Kim Schuback is the Finance Officer at the Law Office of Conrad Curry where she supports the firm in trust account management, payroll and the monitoring of budgets and expenditure.

Kim has achieved a Diploma of Accounting which allows her to ensure all aspects of finance are handled accurately and in the best interests of both the firm and our clients and suppliers.

You can expect efficiency, high attention to detail and excellent organisational skills when dealing with Kim.

At home, Kim enjoys keeping up to date with the latest movies, reading many books and spending time with family and friends.

 

Kim Schuback

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