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Aidan Williams


About Aidan

Aidan Williams is an Associate in Coleman Greig’s Commercial Property Law team.

With over 5 years’ experience as a property lawyer, Aidan has significant understanding across a number of legal areas, such as commercial, industrial and retail leasing and related agreements including incentive deeds, right of entry deeds, deeds of priority and car parking licences. He also advises on leasing disputes and transactions including agreements for lease, subleases, surrenders of lease and consents to assignments of lease, and has acted for financiers, landlords and tenants.

His wealth of knowledge in the area of property law advice and conveyancing is an advantage to all his clients. From preparing licenses to advising subsidiaries of multi-national companies, to settlements for multi-million dollar acquisitions or assisting in due diligence and preliminary investigations for prospective property purchases, no day is the same.

Aidan’s clients have included institutional landlords, Australian real estate investment trusts, Rail Corporation New South Wales, Roads and Maritime Services, State Transit Authority, Transport for NSW and landlords with large and small property portfolios. Tenants have included an ASX-listed retailer, one of the ‘big four’ banks and a global not-for-profit, as well as SMEs and private clients.

Determining and discussing the goals and expectations of each individual client from the outset are a must for Aidan. He ensures the interests of his clients are protected at all times, and always keeps their business and commercial drivers in focus.

Aidan is dedicated, enthusiastic and has a solid belief and understanding that his work makes a difference in the lives of people in the community. His volunteer work has seen him travel to the Philippines and Fiji, where he provided hurricane relief and assisted in the construction of new buildings for primary schools and taught computer literacy and English.

Leadership comes naturally to Aidan. He was the Education Director at the law society at his university, which involved representing and liaising with the School of Law to improve education, and he was also a student delegate to the ‘National Access to Justice and Pro Bono Conference’ held in Melbourne.

Giving back to the Western Sydney community is a passion of Aidan’s, which he demonstrated as a leader for the internationally renowned Duke of Edinburgh Award and he oversaw the Vinnies Van, which provides food to people who are disadvantaged within the community.

When not at work, Aidan enjoys playing football (soccer) and gardening.