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The current (and serious) property law issues facing your clients

Halfday seminar 26 July, 2019

Andrew Pickles SC (Chair), Janet McKelvey, Scott Nash, Lara Nurpuri. All from Martin Place Chambers

Dixson Room, Mitchell Wing, NSW State Library

08:30AM to 12:30PM

PROGRAM
8.30am Registration

9.00am Welcome
Andrew Pickles SC, Chair

9.05am Planning law issues for property purchases: what to look for if you want to build the Taj Mahal
Janet McKelvey

10.05am Recent changes and developments in the Land and Environment Court:: the essentials for property lawyers
Scott Nash

11.05am Morning tea

11.20am Strata renewal and extortion: what do these two have in common?
Lara Nurpuri

12.30pm Close


Andrew Pickles SC
Andrew was called to the bar in 1999 and appointed Senior Counsel in 2015. His areas of specialisation cover most of the major facets of property and planning law. He is a member of the Environment and Planning Law Association of NSW and is the former Managing Editor of Environmental Law Reporter.

Janet McKelvey
Janet was called to the Bar in 2013. She specialises in planning, local government, environmental and valuation law (in particular in relation to compulsory acquisition matters). She is a committee member of the Environment and Planning Law Association, an Editor of the Environmental Law Reporter and on the editorial panel of the Local Government Reporter.

Scott Nash
Scott was called to the bar in 2010 after working for a number of years at a top tier Sydney law firm. His areas of practice include environmental and planning law (civil and criminal) (in which he lecturers at the UTS Law Faculty), land acquisition compensation and valuation law, local government law, administrative law and property law. 

Lara Nurpuri
Lara was called to the bar in 2018. Her areas of practice include building and construction, commercial, equity, environmental, land acquisition compensation, local government and planning, and property.


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