Ms Louise Camenzuli > Corrs Chambers Westgarth > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Work Department

Climate Change / Environment & Planning / Major Projects & Infrastructure.




Known for her dedication and results driven approach, Louise has been involved in a number of significant State projects. She is an accomplished legal specialist and was awarded a doctorate of Juridical Studies by the University of Sydney in 2010. She has successfully assisted clients obtain planning approval for major controversial residential, retail, industrial and commercial developments across New South Wales – and has acted and appeared in numerous Land and Environment Court and Court of Appeal proceedings. Louise has drafted and negotiated numerous planning agreements and provides invaluable strategic advice in obtaining approval for the rezoning of land and major projects. She also regularly advises on various environmental matters, including climate change and threatened species, and provides helpful advice on communications with regulators following pollution and contamination incidents.


Planning Committee of the Property Council of Australia Elected – Member Urban Taskforce – Member Urban Development Institute of Australia – Member Environment and Planning Law Association – Member.

Lawyer Rankings

Australia > Environment and planning

The team at Corrs Chambers Westgarth advises a range of major national and international companies and governmental bodies on both contentious and non-contentious environmental law and planning matters, handling major projects across a broad span of industries. Such sectors include energy, telecoms, mining, natural resources and transport. Headed by Louise Camenzuli in Sydney, the group’s client portfolio includes household names such as McDonald’s, Woolworths, and the Australian Rail Track Corporation. The team’s comprehensive service extends to matters concerning land resumption, contamination response, regulatory compliance, EPA work approvals, issues of native title, and environmental impact assessments. The group is backed by urban renewal expert Christine Covington in Sydney, and experienced environmental litigator Michael Leong and Brent Lillywhite in Brisbane.