Melbourne law firm appoints head of property

By Naomi Neilson|16 January 2020

Melbourne firm KCL Law has promoted one of its solicitors to head of property as part of its plans for strategic growth in 2020 and beyond.

Morgan Scholz will be moving into the role effective immediately. The firm credits him with being “well positioned” and “highly regarded by his peers and his clients”.

KCL Law principal lawyer and head of executive committee Sam Frey said: “Morgan’s appointment is in line with the firm’s strategic growth.

“In a short period of time, Morgan has proven to be an asset to our property team. He is skilled and insightful property lawyer, with a breadth of knowledge and experience.”

Mr Scholz’s practice area focuses on commercial property transactions, with emphasis on sales and acquisitions, leasing, real estate finance and due diligence development. He advises a wide range of clients across a broad range of property-related matters.

His past experience includes working in the property and development team at Arnold Bloch Leibler and with Russell Kennedy Lawyers.

“In addition to providing quality advice to our clients, Morgan since joining the firm has focused on strengthening client relationships and taking our property offering to the next level,” Mr Frey added.

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