August 12, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Leasing Lawyers – New South Wales, 2021

Mary Digiglio
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Adrianna Witkowski
Chris Drayton
Anthony Herro
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Mary Digiglio
Masson'sThursday 16 June 16CEO Jody MassonPhoto Michele Mossop
Adrianna Witkowski
Chris Drayton
Anthony Herro
Leisha de Aboitiz
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The 2021 listing of leading New South Wales Leasing Lawyers details solicitors identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities across retail, commercial and industrial leasing matters in the NSW legal market.

Leading

Alicia Albury, Maddocks
Jennifer Andrews, Dentons
Virginia Briggs, MinterEllison
Julie Couch, Herbert Smith Freehills
Jennifer Degotardi, K&L Gates
Catherine Hallgath, Mills Oakley
Victoria Holthouse, Allens
Jodie Masson, Massons
Gary Newton, HWL Ebsworth
Di Skapinker, Ashurst

Recommended

Bronwyn Badcock, Maddocks
Leisha de Aboitiz, Massons
Mary Digiglio, Swaab
Stuart Dixon-Smith, King & Wood Mallesons
Chris Drayton, Makinson d’Apice
Andrew Flannery, HWL Ebsworth
Amanda Hempel, Gilbert + Tobin
Anthony Herro, Herro Solicitors
Melinda Graham, Thomson Geer
Julie Levis, Clayton Utz
Tim L’Orange, Mills Oakley
Deanne Ogilvie, Norton Rose Fulbright
Alexandra Peace, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Carrie Rogers, Clayton Utz
Andrew Steele, Clayton Utz
Sally Tuckfield, Dentons
Adrianna Witkowski, Holding Redlich

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