Real Estate expert joins JWS

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Leading Strategic Planning and Logistics investment expert Will Dwyer has joined Johnson Winter & Slattery (JWS) as a consultant. Based in the firm’s Sydney office since 20 November, Will is working with the firm’s Real Estate and Projects practice to drive growth within the listed and unlisted real estate investment, development and management sectors.

Will brings more than 20 years’ experience in Australian institutional real estate investment, development and management industry, including 14 years working with Goodman where he was General Manager, Strategic Planning. During this time Will delivered extraordinary success through the repositioning of land holdings and built assets, unlocking unrealised value for unit holders. He has also been closely involved in numerous joint venture arrangements entered into by Goodman with significant sector participants. Prior to this, Will was a Partner in the Planning & Environment team at Deacons. 

Managing Partner Peter Slattery said the firm was excited to welcome Will on board.

“Will has built a strong reputation and is well connected within Australia’s REIT sector. His experience leading the strategy for one of Australia’s most well-known and performing property groups compliments the expertise of our national planning and environment team and will help us deliver a diverse perspective for our clients.”

Johnson Winter & Slattery advices the real estate industry’s key players providing clients with advice on their most innovative transactions and projects. Our team offers comprehensive experience in the acquisition, development, financing and sale of commercial, industrial, residential and retail properties.

About Johnson Winter & Slattery

Johnson Winter & Slattery is an independent national Australian law firm with over 60 partners and offices across Australia. We advise major Australian and international corporations and investment funds on their most challenging transactions and disputes across Australia and surrounding regions. Working closely with clients, knowing their business, and appreciating their commercial objectives, we tailor our approach to deliver cost-effective commercial outcomes.

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