Hall & Wilcox appoints new Brisbane-based property partner
Hall & Wilcox has expanded its national real estate and broader Queensland commercial capability with the appointment of new Brisbane-based partner Brad Marland.
Brad is an experienced property lawyer with a broad real estate practice. He is experienced in the areas of commercial, industrial, retail and residential property, including sales and acquisitions, developments, joint ventures, options, and providing complex advice on property issues.
Brad is also passionate about assisting First Nations businesses and students to succeed and thrive. He is closely involved in a number of initiatives, including Independent Indigenous Tourism Operators of Queensland, Birrunga Gallery and Yalari (with whom the firm also has a relationship).
Managing Partner Tony Macvean said Brad will play a key role leading the firm’s Queensland real estate practice and as part of the firm’s national property and projects team.
‘We continue to build capability nationally, in response to client demand. Brad has a broad network in Queensland and we are thrilled to welcome someone of his calibre and expertise to our firm,’ he said.
Brad said, ‘I am extremely excited to be part of a firm that is highly ambitious and constantly evolving. The firm lives and breathes its hallmarks, which is the platform for its exceptional culture.’
Hall & Wilcox is a leading independent law firm. We have more than 950 people, including over 100 partners, working across eight offices. We build partnerships with and service corporate, public sector and private clients, both Australian-based and those offshore doing business in Australia.
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