Indi Gunadasa

Associate

To possess the ability to support people in their time of need by providing quality legal solutions is something I take great pride in.

Indi Gunadasa is an Associate at Hall Payne’s Hobart office. He joined Hall Payne in 2016, leading the Tasmanian practice.

Before joining Hall Payne, Indi was a solicitor at Hobart Community Legal Service but since moving to Hall Payne Indi has seen successful outcomes for union members in a number of different courts, commissions and tribunals including the Fair Work Commission, Tasmanian Industrial Commission, Federal Circuit Court and Workers Rehabilitation Compensation Tribunal (Tasmania).

Indi has experience in a variety of areas of law and is passionate about assisting workers in their pursuit for a legal remedy.

“As a generalist solicitor I have the opportunity to meet a variety of people with a diverse range of legal enquiries and problems,” he says.

“Each matter presents a unique subject requiring tailored legal advice, whether I’m assisting with employment issues, advising in a workplace injury matter or providing representation at a court, tribunal or commission.”

Being a lawyer feeds into his passion for solving problems and helping individuals.

“The law allows me to fulfil both. To possess the ability to support people in their time of need by providing quality legal solutions is something I take great pride in.”

Indi is a member of the Tasmanian Law Society Employment & Equal Opportunity Committee and a member of the board at his previous workplace, the Hobart Community Legal Service. In his spare time he likes to watch and play sport – particularly soccer, AFL and cricket.

Recent Blogs by Indi

Hall Payne wins ‘rare’ reinstatement for unfairly dismissed worker with 37 years’ service

Hall Payne wins ‘rare’ reinstatement for unfairly dismissed worker with 37 years’ service

Our client, Peter Brain, started working at Hobart Zinc Smelter now operated by Nyrstar when he was 20 years old. For over 37 years he worked hard in various roles, with…

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Hall Payne Wins Unfair Dismissal protection for Tasmanian Government casuals

Hall Payne Wins Unfair Dismissal protection for Tasmanian Government casuals

After 6 years of dedicated service, Ms Assiri, a nurse and a single mum, who was also caring for her elderly mother was given devastating news – she would not…

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