Mr David Warren > Corrs Chambers Westgarth > Melbourne, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Corrs Chambers Westgarth
LEVEL 36, BOURKE PLACE
600 BOURKE STREET
MELBOURNE, VIC 3000
Australia

Work Department

Banking & Finance / Major Projects & Infrastructure.

Position

Partner.

Career

David doesn’t just provide legal advice, he commits himself to being an integral part of your team. With established experience in project infrastructure and finance, he has advised on major transactions including Airport Link (Australia’s largest toll road project), the Victorian Desalination Plant project, and acted for the Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads and Duke Energy International. No matter the issues or circumstances facing a project, David proves himself an invaluable part of his clients’ transaction through his refreshingly positive attitude and dedication.

Lawyer Rankings

Australia > Infrastructure projects and construction

(Hall of Fame)

David WarrenCorrs Chambers Westgarth

Noted for its focus on public-private partnerships (PPPs) and integrated construction capabilities, the projects group at Corrs Chambers Westgarth represents a mix of state governments and commercial entities on some of the most significant contentious and non-contentious matters within the road, rail, social infrastructure and waste sectors. As head of projects, Andrew Stephenson has a particular specialism in matters involving technology, construction, and engineering – notably including international arbitration. Matthew Muir is deputy head of projects, advising on all aspects of project delivery, claims management and dispute resolution. Chris Ryder is a market veteran who advises on high-profile construction disputes and projects, while John Walter has extensive experience advising clients on engagement between the public and private sector. Other key names to note include David Warren, who advises on major transactions surrounding PPPs, rolling stock procurement and energy projects, and Carla Mills, who regularly advises on both public and private sector-driven matters.