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Alice SkalskiLLB, BBus, GradDipLegPrac, LLM
Legal Practice Director
Alice is a highly experienced and practical commercial and property lawyer, having practised in the area for many years, and most recently as a real estate lawyer at one of Australia’s leading top-tier law firms.
Alice’s experience is broad and diversified, having acted for publicly listed companies, government authorities and small businesses on various types of commercial and property transactions, including large-scale developments, put and call options, land acquisitions, business purchases/sales and commercial and retail shop leasing.
Alice has also recently graduated with a Master of Laws from the University of Queensland. Alice’s unique experience allows her to understand her clients true needs, and devise legal solutions best suited to achieve her clients’ objectives.
Admissions & Memberships
Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland
Admitted to the High Court of Australia
Member of Queensland Law Society
Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Business
Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
Master of Laws
t: 07 3088 7937
f: 07 3112 1992
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