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Liam Thomson

BA (UniSA) JD (Melb)

Senior Associate

Property & Development

About Liam

Liam Thomson is a member of Arnold Bloch Leibler’s property & development practice in Sydney. He advises a variety of companies, large private client groups and high-net-worth individuals on a range of commercial property transactions with a particular focus on the acquisition, sale and leasing of major commercial, retail and industrial properties.

Liam has a Bachelor of Arts from The University of South Australia and a Juris Doctor from The University of Melbourne.  He joined the firm as a graduate trainee in 2009 and was admitted to practice in 2010.  Liam was appointed as a senior associate in July 2014.

Practice focus

Liam’s practice focuses on the following areas:

  • sales and acquisitions, including commercial, retail, industrial and mixed-use properties;
  • due diligence for acquisitions and sales; and
  • advising in relation to commercial, retail and industrial leasing.


Liam has acted in a range of matters, including on behalf of:

  • Far East Organisation: in the acquisition of:
    • Clocktower Square, 35-55 Harrington Street, Sydney;
    • the office tower at 227 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, and
    • the 23 level commercial building at 570 George Street, Sydney;
  • JGL Investments: in the sale of a development site at 22 George Street, Leichhardt in NSW;
  • Bupa group of companies in relation to:
    • property aspects of the rebranding of various businesses under a single Bupa banner, and
    • the acquisition of various properties in NSW;
  • Korda Mentha: in the sale of 20 Bridge Street, Sydney;
  • Alceon Group: in its acquisition of Ballina Central Shopping Centre, NSW;
  • Orchard Property Group: in the sale of the Essential Healthcare Fund;
  • Karedis Investment Group: in relation to:
    • off-the-plan sales of a large scale residential development, and
    • ongoing retail leasing; and
  • Barana Group: in relation to ongoing commercial leasing.

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