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Corinne Caramia

Practice Support Lawyer
+61.3.9640.4355
Fax +61.3.9205.2055

Ms. Caramia is a practice support lawyer and senior associate with experience in all aspects of Australian real estate law, including commercial leasing, agreements for lease and development agreements, property acquisitions and dispositions, due diligence, and major projects.

Ms. Caramia's particular focus is on precedents development and knowledge management to support the real estate, construction and development practice in Australia. Her responsibilities include drafting and maintaining a comprehensive suite of real estate precedents, and ensuring those precedents reflect best legal and commercial practice.

Ms. Caramia facilitates training/learning and development, and publishes important legal updates for her group. She also assists with general policy and process documents for the Australian offices.

Professional Background

Previously legal counsel at Mayne Group Limited and senior associate at an international law firm, Ms. Caramia advised on all property related legal issues and assisted in the commercial management of issues to achieve the business’ desired outcomes.

Professional/Civic Activities

  • Drafting and maintaining a suite of several hundred property related precedents to ensure quality, currency, accuracy and efficiency.
  • Facilitating lawyers' workshops to produce high quality Australian real estate precedents (including contracts for sale of land, commercial leases and agreements for lease), compliant with plain language drafting standards.
  • Coordinating learning and development activities for real estate lawyers to ensure timely access to legal updates, and compliance with compulsory practice development requirements.
  • Working with leading partners to advise clients on in-house precedents development initiatives.
  • Drafting and installing a wide range of real estate precedents, including precedents for commercial and retail leasing, contracts for sale of land, development agreements, due diligence and supplementary precedents.
  • Knowledge and information management, including creating and maintaining a suite of knowledge documents, and coordinating learning and development meetings.