Sydney real estate specialist Tim L’Orange (pictured), who has experience in sales, acquisitions, leasing and master-planned projects, has moved over from DLA Piper.
He has previously advised Charter Hall, Mulpha Australia and Blackstone-owned Valad Property Group on the sale of Gold Fields House.
His clients include real estate investment trusts, direct property funds, developers, investment managers and state and federal government agencies.
Mills Oakley CEO John Nerurker said Mr L’Orange’s appointment would create an “even more streamlined client experience”.
Workplace relations partner Lisa Anaf, who was previously a special counsel at Norton Rose Fulbright, has joined the firm’s Melbourne office. Her practice covers industrial and employment matters.
“We’re delighted to welcome Lisa and Tim to Mills Oakley in another significant step forward towards becoming a leading national firm,” Mr Nerurker said.