Antoinette Migliorino Partner

Antoinette is a dispute resolution lawyer specialising in advising a broad range of corporate clients in relation to the strategic management and resolution of complex disputes.

She regularly acts for clients in the energy and resources and commercial property sectors. She also has extensive experience advising clients in relation to construction and planning  disputes.

Antoinette’s strength is in her ability to combine pragmatic commercial advice with technical skills to guide her clients through their complex commercial disputes.

Antoinette has experience handling proceedings in various Australian Courts including the Supreme Court of NSW, the Federal Court of Australia and the Land and Environment Court of NSW, as well as with various alternate dispute resolution mechanisms including mediation, expert determination and facilitated negotiation.


Recent deals

International construction engineering group

Defending proceedings arising from the design and construction of a major Sydney transport tunnel (A$721M); of a railway tunnel and the failure of underground supporting structures; and of a pumping station at a NSW power station facility.

International transport and logistics operator

Acting for a lessee of an industrial facility in relation to the defective design and construction of a container hardstand at the facility (A$50 million).

Property developer

Acted for a commercial property client defending a claim in respect of allegations of breach of fiduciary duties and misleading and deceptive conduct in connection with the acquisition and proposed development of a disused mine site (A$170 million).

Foreign investor

Successfully defending a claim in respect of allegations of breaches of JV agreements in relation to commercialising magnetic gearing technology and seeking the return of rural property holdings (A$150M).

Renewable energy operators

Defended several objectors’ appeals in the Land and Environment Court against the Minister for Planning’s approvals of the Taralga Wind Farm (the leading decision of the LEC), the Gullen Range Wind Farm and the Glen Innes Wind Farm, resulting in the approval of those renewable energy projects by the Court.

Australian petroleum company

Routinely acting for one of the largest Australian independent fuel and convenience companies on a range of commercial property, construction and planning disputes.

Career & qualifications


  • Bachelor of Laws, Macquarie University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Macquarie University


  • Law Society of New South Wales