Conveyancing Fundamentals

Whether you’re a conveyancer, support staff involved in the conveyancing process, or experienced practitioner looking to brush up on your knowledge; attend and work through the most important aspects of a conveyancing transaction. Get ready to break down the who, what, when and how to draft a contract for sale. Refine your negotiation skills to not only manage client expectations but remain the authority throughout the transaction, and in the event of unforeseen complications- handle them with ease.

Wednesday, 12 June 2024
Early Bird Discount ends 10 May 2024 $353.50

Presenters


Ms. Sian Jones, Special Counsel, Colin Biggers & Paisley
A special counsel in the property and development team since 2017, Sian has extensive experience in commercial litigation, primarily in the area of property litigation, disputes and advisory. As an experienced litigator, Sian has been involved in resolving disputes using alternative dispute resolution procedures. Sian acts for property developers and throughout her career has acted for a variety of clients, including insolvency practitioners, directors, and authorised representatives, on litigated matters in the areas of contracts, easement disputes, caveat disputes, option disputes, trade practices, shareholder disputes, corporate and commercial, and professional negligence. Sian has been a committee member for the Urban Development Institute of Australia Seniors Living and Alternative Housing since 2021. In addition to her Bachelor of Laws, Sian holds a Master of Law and Legal Practice from the University of Technology Sydney. Sian was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in April 2006, the Federal Court and High Court of Australia.


Ms. Scarlett Yang, Senior Associate, Holding Redlich
Scarlett is an Accredited Specialist in property law with expertise in property transactions and development. She provides advice to a diverse range of clients, including property developers, institutional funds, real estate investment trusts, owners’ corporations and associations, charitable entities, and high-net-worth individuals. Scarlett’s advice covers acquisition and disposal, due diligence investigations, compliance with foreign investment regulatory regime, off-the-plan developments and strata and community title structures. In addition to her practice, Scarlett serves as the vice chair of the Young Lawyers Property Law Committee of the NSW Law Society.


Ms. Julia Yassa, Senior Associate, Bartier Perry
Julia is a property lawyer with over 8 years’ post admission experience. She has developed expertise in the areas of commercial and retail leasing, licence agreements, property development and subdivisions, building and construction contracts, easement drafting and property acquisitions/disposals. Julia’s clients benefit from her ability to negotiate complex property transactions while maintaining a commercial approach in line with her clients’ risk appetites. Always easy to work with, Julia cuts through complexity and focuses on positive outcomes. Clients Julia acts for include state owned corporations such as Sydney Water Corporation, Endeavour Energy, local government authorities, private clients and property developers.


Ms. Stephanie Lambert, Partner, International Real Estate Sector Lead, Australia, DLA Piper
Stephanie Lambert is a Partner and International Real Estate Sector Lead of Australia at DLA Piper. Stephanie is a transactional real estate lawyer with a focus on acquisitions and disposals, developments, foreign investment and agriculture. Stephanie’s clients include developers, REITs, commercial investment vehicles and high net worth individuals. Stephanie has worked on projects and transactions in jurisdictions across Australia, and in Manila, Philippines.


Mr. Sam Saad, Partner, Long Saad Woodbridge Lawyers
Sam has over 15 years’ experience working in commercial, property and pharmacy law. He acts for several private and public sector clients in their capacities as developers, landlords, tenants, and business owners. He also works extensively with several commercial and residential buyers’ agencies across the country and is experienced in providing a tailored and seamless process when it comes to high volume transactions. This experience extends to all states nationally around Australia. Sam takes a proactive, commercial, and pragmatic approach with all of his clients and believes that there is always a solution to any problem that presents itself. His philosophy is that legal advice should be timely, accessible and part of the solution is that the right lawyer that can make all the difference in helping clients make the right choices.

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Conveyancing Fundamentals

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Wednesday, 12 June 2024
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