Biography

Luke Mitchell is a Principal Lawyer within Coleman Greig’s Commercial Property Team, having joined the firm as part of our 2019 amalgamation with Dooley & Associates Solicitors.

With over 15 years of extensive experience, Luke has successfully worked with a diverse range of clients across multiple industries – placing a particular focus on shareholder and share sale agreements, customer engagement, sponsorship and distribution agreements.

Luke has also acted for developers in respect of large scale residential subdivision projects. He regularly advises on commercial and retail leases as well as acting in the sale of land and sale of business transactions, including Compulsory Acquisitions. Luke’s broad experience means that he is able to identify potential issues before they arise and ensure that any risks are minimised.

Luke also has a high level of experience pertaining to Employment Law, both as an advisor and a litigator – roles which have placed him in a unique position of understanding the many competing factors faced by businesses.

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“I have a combination of experience in law as well as in commerce as a director of a small business. Through this I have developed a genuine understanding of the realities of operating a business”
- Luke Mitchell

Luke Mitchell is a Principal Lawyer within Coleman Greig's Commercial Property Team- having joined the firm as part of our 2019 amalgamation with Dooley & Associates Solicitors.

With over 15 years of extensive experience, Luke has successfully worked with a diverse range of clients across multiple industries - placing a particular focus on shareholder and share sale agreements, customer engagement, sponsorship and distribution agreements.

Luke has also acted for developers in respect of large scale residential subdivision projects. He regularly advises on commercial and retail leases as well as acts in sale of land and sale of business transactions, including Compulsory Acquisitions. Luke’s broad experience means that he is able to identify potential issues before they arise and ensure that the risks that come with those issues are minimised.

In addition, Luke has significant experience across a number of legal areas and has run complex commercial litigation matters in the Federal Court of Australia, NSW Court of Appeal and the Local, District and Supreme Courts of NSW. Luke also has a high level of experience pertaining to Employment Law, both as an advisor and a litigator - roles which have placed him in a unique position of understanding with regard to the many competing factors faced by businesses.

Through a combination of his background in commerce and his experience as the director of a small business, Luke has developed a genuine understanding of the realities of operating a business. This personal experience has given him a clear understanding of his clients' motivations and concerns, and as such he is able to provide focused and individually tailored advice by providing practical, pro-active solutions which allow his clients to get on with running their businesses.

Luke has written extensively on the day to day commercial and employment-related challenges faced by Australian businesses, and has also been responsible for presenting the risk management module in the College of Law's practice management course.

With years of experience working alongside a diverse list of clients throughout the Greater Western Sydney region, Luke brings unique insights and knowledge surrounding the specific challenges faced by businesses located within Australia's third largest economy.

A proud supporter of Save Our Sons Inc., a charity that seeks to find a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Luke has continued to undertake extensive pro bono work on its behalf.

- Bachelor of Commerce BCom
- Bachelor of Laws LLB
- Law Society of NSW

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