Property law veteran returns to national firm

By Tom Lodewyke|10 September 2017

A leading property partner has returned to his former firm after 17 years.

Thomson Geer recently announced that Michael Liebich (pictured) has rejoined the firm’s partnership in South Australia.

Mr Liebich has over 30 years’ experience in property law and is one of Australia’s leading leasing lawyers, according to a statement from the firm.

He was a partner at Thomson Geer from 1994 to 2000, before spending 17 years as a partner at MinterEllison in South Australia and the Northern Territory.

“Michael is a leasing specialist and comes to us from MinterEllison, where he had a strong track record serving national clients,” said Thomson Geer chief executive partner Adrian Tembel.

“He will add a valuable dimension to our Australian property capability.”

Thomson Geer welcomed a new real estate team to its Sydney office in July.


Pictured: Thomson Geer partner Michael Liebich


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