Paul Turner Partner

Meet Paul

Paul is an energy and resources and infrastructure lawyer specialising in the fields of energy regulation, property and public sector advice.

His experience includes the negotiation of major construction contracts and associated documentation, public sector asset sales and outsourcing, administrative law challenges and real property development. Recently Paul has focused on structured property transactions and major government outsourcings and restructures.

Paul is recognised as a leading Energy & Natural Resources lawyer by both Best Lawyers Australia and Chambers Asia-Pacific. He is a foundation member of both the Australian Council for Infrastructure Development and the South Australian Infrastructure Development Forum.

Experience

Recognition

Named “Adelaide Lawyer of the Year” (as judged by his peers) for Construction/Infrastructure Law
Best Lawyers Australia, 2020
Listed as a leading lawyer in Construction/Infrastructure Law
Best Lawyers Australia, 2017 - 2020
Listed as a leading lawyer in Energy Law
Best Lawyers Australia, 2014 - 2020
Ranked as a leading Energy & Natural Resources lawyer
Chambers Asia-Pacific, 2013

Career & qualifications

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons)

Memberships

  • Law Society of South Australia
  • Law Council of Australia
  • State Chairman, Construction Law Committee (Business Law Section, Law Council of Australia)
  • Australian Council for Infrastructure Development (foundation member)
  • South Australian Infrastructure Development Forum (foundation member)

 

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