Mr Paul Carrick > Corrs Chambers Westgarth > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Corrs Chambers Westgarth
LEVEL 17
8 CHIFLEY, 8-12 CHIFLEY SQUARE
SYDNEY, NSW 2000
Australia

Work Department

Major Projects & Infrastructure / Property & Real Estate.

Position

Partner.

Career

Paul’s strong technical skills, client focus and commercial insight quickly gain the confidence of clients who regularly seek him out to act on real estate related matters.

Paul is a highly regarded real estate lawyer and specialises in innovative advice and commercially viable solutions. From capital transactions, property developments and joint ventures to title structuring, Paul acts for leading investors, developers and tenants in all aspects of commercial, industrial, residential and mixed use developments. He is the ”go-to” legal adviser for a number of Australia’s largest property investment houses.

Paul is also a leading lawyer in the social and affordable housing sector and advises the majority of NSW based community housing providers as well as Government and developers in the space.

Memberships

Law Society of New South Wales – Member.

Lawyer Rankings

Australia > Real estate

(Leading individuals)

Paul CarrickCorrs Chambers Westgarth

Corrs Chambers Westgarth runs a varied workload which includes mixed-use, urban infrastructure and master-planned developments, corporate real estate matters, commercial leasing, and high-value purchases and disposals. Core expertise extends beyond traditional assets to include education, student accommodation, healthcare, leisure, hotel, and retail property in addition to social housing and build-to-rent. Melbourne-based practice head Nathaniel Popelianski is a proven name when it comes to high-magnitude, complex projects. Peter Calov is a specialist in over station developments, joint ventures, title structures, and financing while Paul Carrick is ‘an excellent practitioner whose breadth and depth of real estate law is first class’. Clients include investors, project sponsors, commercial landlords, and corporate occupiers and banks.