Thomson Reuters adds to Practical Law team

By Tom Lodewyke|17 December 2017

Thomson Reuters has appointed an experienced real estate lawyer to its Practical Law Australia team.

The organisation recently announced that it has appointed Christine Gray (pictured) to lead the development of its commercial real estate law resources within Practical Law Australia, which aims to provide practical legal guidance and information to assist law firms and in-house teams.

Ms Gray has over 20 years’ experience as a property lawyer, with expertise in commercial and retail leasing, acquisitions and disposals of commercial and residential real estate and strata and community title structuring, according to a statement from Thomson Reuters.

She has worked at firms including Gilbert + Tobin and Dentons (formerly Gadens).

“I am delighted with my move to Thomson Reuters and the opportunity to continue the development of Practical Law in Australia,” Ms Gray said.

“I believe that with its focus on leveraging tools like Contract Express to provide lawyers with practical assistance to work quickly and efficiently, Practical Law will become the pre-eminent tool for Australian lawyers.”

Thomson Reuters recently appointed former IBM counsel Tyrilly Csillag as a senior IT writer for Practical Law Australia.

Pictured: Christine Gray

Thomson Reuters adds to Practical Law team
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