Stephanie Lynch currently holds the position of Special Counsel within Coleman Greig's Commercial Property team.
Throughout her eighteen years as a lawyer, Stephanie has developed extensive experience across government, procurement, probity, commercial and residential property, and property development matters.
Stephanie has acted, and/or currently acts for numerous government clients including the ACT Land Development Agency, ACT Commissioner for Social Housing, ACT Asbestos Removal Taskforce, ACT Public Housing Renewal Taskforce, ACT Long Services Leave Authority, Commonwealth Department of Defence, Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, Commonwealth Department of Education and Training, Aboriginal Hostels Limited, Defence Housing Australia, NSW Roads and Maritime Service, Property NSW, Planning Ministerial Corporation.
Stephanie has also acted for a varied list of private clients, including builders, high profile property developers, financiers, body corporates, strata managers and affordable housing providers. In turn, she has a high level of experience with often-complex property-related matters, including large scale subdivisions, unit and community titling, liaising with government authorities, financing and pre-sale matters, easements, and issues relating to by laws and strata disputes.
In addition, Stephanie is an experienced probity and procurement adviser. Having been regularly appointed as lead probity adviser by both Commonwealth and ACT Government agencies, she has personally facilitated a wide range of high-level procurement and sales matters for her clients. Stephanie's role as probity adviser has similarly seen her both advise on probity and procurement matters, and ensure compliance with state, territory and Commonwealth procurement guidelines for government projects.
Stephanie's procurement-related work has seen her assist clients with RFTs, EOIs, RFQs and other request documentation. Additionally, she has a great deal of experience in advising on procurement guidelines for government projects, tender evaluations, evaluation reports, and the production of both tender evaluation and risk management plans, negotiation directives and debriefings.
Regardless of whether the matter at hand sees Stephanie working with government or private clients, her wide-reaching experience and expert knowledge in government and administrative law, property and commercial matters helps to ensure that she delivers high-quality, top-value and commercially-sound assistance at all times.
While Stephanie played in the Women's National Basketball League as a member of the Canberra Capitals for a number of years, she now spends much of her time outside of the office by the side of the pool at water polo matches, watching her daughters as they follow in her sporting footsteps.