Australian firm Lander & Rogers Lawyers has added a partner to its property, projects and infrastructure practice in Sydney.
Julian Olley is joining the firm from Norton Rose, where he was property partner for over five years. One associate is moving with him.
Olley advises on a range of commercial and industrial real estate transactions. His previous clients have included Investa Property Group, Chandler MacLeod Pty. Ltd., WPP Plc. and Ernst & Young.
He joined the former Deacons, which merged with Norton Rose in 2010, as partner in 2006 from Minter Ellison, where he was special counsel. Prior to joining Minter Ellison in 2001, he was an associate in the legal department of auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Lander & Rogers has over 220 lawyers in Sydney and Melbourne offices.