Areas of Expertise

Bruno advises clients on property and commercial law transactions and has practised in various jurisdictions. He brings a combination of private practice, in-house and government experience to his role, as well as an international perspective - he is admitted to practice in both NSW, Australia and California, USA.

Bruno is committed to career-long learning and prides himself on taking an innovative approach to solving legal problems. He has also authored several publications, both about the law and property, including the book ‘Invest in Property and Be Free’. Two interviews with Bruno were published in the Australian Investor magazine in October 2013 and June 2014 in relation to his personal involvement with property, construction and development. 


  • Master of Applied Law (The College of Law)

  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (The College of Law)

  • Bachelor of Laws (with Hons.) (The University of Adelaide)

  • Law Society of NSW

  • State Bar of California, USA

A word from Bruno

"After graduating, I received a diverse introduction to the law, working for the Australian Government Solicitor. As part of this role I managed the property portfolio of a telecommunication carrier, represented the ATO in debt recovery proceedings, prosecuted people for the importation of prohibited imports into Australia and managed the conveyancing aspects of the Federal Government’s water buyback scheme.

I was also fortunate to live in Los Angeles, California where I was admitted to the California State Bar. The exams have a very low pass rate, especially for international attorneys".

Career Highlights

  • Acting for property developers in negotiating agreements with builders and tenants as well as corollary agreements with financiers including Agreements for Lease, Design & Construct Agreements, Tripartite Deeds and other necessary agreements.

  • Providing complex planning advice over a $60 million property acquisition.

  • Negotiating telecommunication leases with telecommunication carriers.

  • Providing advice on the rights and powers of telecommunication carriers pursuant to Schedule 3 of the Telecommunications Act 1997 (Cth).

  • Acting for the purchaser of a supermarket business that sold for more than $5 million.

  • Providing advice to a property owner on its options to undertake refurbishment work to a strata unit where the owner’s corporation was unreasonably withholding consent.

  • Negotiating an option sale to a Commonwealth government department on behalf of a property developer.

  • Responding to a development and construction tender for a property developer over the construction of a Commonwealth government office.

Specific areas of focus

  • Telecommunication property

  • Leasing and licensing

  • Purchase and sale of property

  • Sale and leaseback of property

  • Acquisition of property

  • Land development

  • Sale and purchase of water rights

  • General property law advice