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Rhiannon Habermann

Senior Associate

Sydney

Rhiannon Habermann

Senior Associate

Sydney

Rhiannon is a projects, energy and construction lawyer in the Australian Debt and Projects team at Allen & Overy.

She has extensive experience acting for and advising governments, developers and other private corporates across the real estate, energy, construction, infrastructure and transport sectors, with a particular focus on cross-jurisdictional transactions. Rhiannon’s experience includes working on major projects throughout Australia, the Asia Pacific and the Middle East regions.

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Office

Sydney

Allen & Overy
Level 25, 85 Castlereagh Street
Sydney
NSW 2000

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Qualifications

Professional

Australian Practising Certificate, The Law Society of New South Wales

Admitted as a Solicitor (Supreme Court of Queensland), 2014

Admitted as a Solicitor (High Court of Australia), 2014

Academic

Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Griffith University, 2013

Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law, 2014

Pro Bono Experience

  • Advising clients from the Open Minds Legal Clinic with respect to various financial matters. The Open Minds Legal Clinic is a free legal centre available to persons suffering from mental illness.
  • Assisting the HIV/AIDS Legal Centre Incorporated with its research on Australian HIV disclosure laws.
  • Assisting UNAIDS and UNESCO with its research on Opiate Substitution Therapy and Needle and Syringe Exchange Programs globally.
  • Working with the World Bank in updating the Doing Business Guides for 2017/2018.

Published Work

DLA Piper, Real Estate Gazette: Special Edition – Tax, “Introduction of VAT in the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries and its Impact on Real Estate”, 6 November 2017