Hall & Wilcox attracts new partner from Gadens

Brad Marland joins the national property and projects group in Brisbane

Hall & Wilcox attracts new partner from Gadens
Brad Marland

Hall & Wilcox has added former Gadens partner Brad Marland to its partnership, expanding its national real estate practice and commercial capability.

Marland joins Hall & Wilcox’s national property and projects team in Brisbane. According to managing partner Tony Macvean, Marland will play a key role in leading the firm’s real estate practice across Queensland.

“We continue to build capability nationally, in response to client demand,” Macvean said. “Brad has a broad network in Queensland and we are thrilled to welcome someone of his calibre and expertise to our firm.”

Marland specialises in commercial, industrial, retail and residential property law matters, such as sales and acquisitions, joint ventures and options. He also deals with matters related to real estate funds; commercial, industrial, and retail leasing; hotel management contracts; residential subdivisions; berthing licence agreements; and mortgagee sales.

He has advised a wide range of clients across the property, aged care and local government sectors.

“I am extremely excited to be part of a firm that is highly ambitious and constantly evolving. Hall & Wilcox lives and breathes its hallmarks, which is the platform for its exceptional culture,” Marland said.

He was at Gadens for over six years, and also sat on the diversity and inclusion committee of the Property Council of Australia. Aside from his legal work, Marland is closely involved in several initiatives impacting First Nations businesses and students; he is currently a board director of the Independent Indigenous Tourism Operators of Queensland and a council member of the Yalari Northern Regional Council.

He is also a brand ambassador for Birrunga Gallery and Dining − the only Indigenous owned and operated cultural hub in Brisbane.

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