Lawyer Profile

Masatoshi Suzuki

Bar admissionAdmitted to Daiichi Tokyo Bar Association in 2004
Became a member of Queensland Law Society in 2013

Qualification and Experience

Jul. 2021 – PresentGreen View Lawyers, Brisbane
Jan. 2021 – PresentT&K Partners, Tokyo
Jan. 2021 – Jul. 2021Phoenix Law & Associates, Brisbane
Sep. 2013 – Mar. 2017ITOCHU Minerals & Energy of Australia Pty Ltd, Brisbane (on secondment, one day a week)
Jul. 2013 – Oct. 2020Clayton Utz, Brisbane
Jun. 2011 – Apr. 2013Zhong Lun Law Firm, Shanghai and Chengdu (on secondment)
Mar. 2011Graduated from the University of Melbourne (Juris Doctor)
Oct. 2004 – Apr. 2013Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Tokyo
Mar. 2002Graduated from the University of Tokyo (Bachelor of Laws)

Publications

Nov./Dec. 2021Article‘Latest information on real estate investment in Australia’ Gentosha GOLD ONLINE
Aug./Sep. 2021Article ‘Issues of non-regular employment in Australia’ Gentosha GOLD ONLINE
Jun. 2021Article ‘Three reasons why Australia’s current situation is favourable to M&A activities by Japanese companies’
Gentosha GOLD ONLINE
Oct. 2017Article ‘Australian Property Law System and Japanese Investment’ ARES Real Estate Securitization Journal Vol. 39
Dec. 2015Article ‘Real Estate Non-Recourse Loan in Australia’ ARES Real Estate Securitization Journal Vol. 28
Jun. 2012Article ‘Basics of Property Law of Asian Countries (1): China, Hong Kong and Singapore’,
ARES Real Estate Securitization Journal Vol. 07

Seminars

Sep. 2020Real estate investment and legal issues in AustraliaHosted by Clayton Utz and sponsored by the Association
for Real Estate Securitization
Jun. 2020COVID-19 response and legal issues in AustraliaJointly hosted by Trade and Investment Queensland /
Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry Brisbane /
Clayton Utz
Oct. 2012Collaboration between Japanese and Chinese lawyers
– Case studies of investment in regulated industries
(media and telecommunication) and restructuring of
Chinese subsidiaries
Jointly hosted by Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu and
Zhong Lun Law Firm

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