Hall & Wilcox adds property and projects partner

By Naomi Neilson|31 October 2019

Business law firm Hall & Wilcox has added to its national property and projects practice with the appointment of partner Kitty Vo.

Ms Vo’s appointment is part of a wider strategy to build on the firm’s profile in Sydney while providing “another knowledgeable property partner to the firm nationally”. Ms Vo will advise on complex commercial, industrial and retail leases and licenses.

Managing partner Tony Macvean said: “Kitty has a wealth of experience in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions around Australia for both the private and public sector organisations. She adds depth to the leading national real estate practice.”

“Kitty’s appointment in Sydney also enhances our broad commercial offering to clients, complementing corporate, banking, financial services and dispute practices.”

Ms Vo has “extensive experience” in a range of real estate transactions, having acted for major institutional clients, government and other public sector entities.

Hall & Wilcox said Ms Vo has acted on high-value acquisitions and disposals of major commercial and industrial property, with combined experience in the private and public sectors, which has broadened her approach to transactions.

Ms Vo said of her appointment: “Hall & Wilcox is a highly regarded firm that is well placed to evolve to meet the challenges of our dynamic economic and legal environment.

“I am looking forward to jumping on board the property and projects team and participating in its continued expansion. It is a successful practice with an experienced team and solid leadership. I believe in the Hall & Wilcox brand and what is has to offer.” 

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