June 13, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Property & Real Estate Lawyers – Melbourne, 2015

The 2015 listing of leading Melbourne Property lawyers details individuals practising within the areas of property and real estate matters in the Victorian legal market who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

Andrew Erikson, King & Wood Mallesons
Ken Gray, Arnold Bloch Leibler

Leading

Richard Brooks, Ashurst
Max Cameron, Minter Ellison
Randall Gerkens, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Jane Hodder, Herbert Smith Freehills
David McLeish, Allens
Simone Menz, King & Wood Mallesons
Andrew Norman, Clayton Utz
David Sinn, Herbert Smith Freehills
Angela Skandarajah, Minter Ellison

Recommended

Lydia Arrico-Dunn, HWL Ebsworth
Lloyd Baggott, Minter Ellison
Tom Cantwell, Mills Oakley
Nick Holuigue, Maddocks
Brad Husband, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Michael Graves, Allens
Seamus Gunson, HWL Ebsworth
Andrew Kennedy, Gadens
Eu Ming Lim, Thomson Geer
Justin Lucas, Norton Rose Fulbright
Guy O’Connor, Maddocks
Mark Poustie, Gadens
Tyrone McCarthy, Arnold Bloch Leibler
Craig Penn-Tonkin, Norton Rose Fulbright
James Price, Mills Oakley
Simon Raleigh, Best Hooper
Vicki Sharp, Thomson Geer
Steven Smith, HWL Ebsworth
Rosemary Southgate, Russell Kennedy
Nick Stocks, Lander & Rogers
Lily Tell, Tell Property Law
Bruce Webb, Baker & McKenzie
John Wells, Lander & Rogers
Mark Wolley, Gadens
Lisa Zonta, Lander & Rogers

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