Christine Chan



Christine was admit­ted as a Solic­i­tor of the Supre­me Court of New South Wales in

Decem­ber 2014 after grad­u­at­ing from the Uni­ver­si­ty of New South Wales with a Bach­e­lor of

Laws and a Bach­e­lor of Com­merce, major­ing in Finance.


Christine com­menced her legal career gain­ing expe­ri­ence with the Inter­na­tion­al Pro­grams

unit at the Fed­er­al Court of Aus­tralia, where she assist­ed project offi­cers with inter­na­tion­al

judi­cial devel­op­ment projects with oth­er juris­dic­tions around the world. She then vol­un­teered

at var­i­ous Com­mu­ni­ty Legal Cen­tres dur­ing which she gained advo­ca­cy expe­ri­ence by

rep­re­sent­ing a client in Court. As a grad­u­ate, Christine has pro­vid­ed legal sup­port to a

Bar­ris­ter, and has also worked at a bou­tique employ­ment law firm dur­ing which she pro­vid­ed

assis­tance in employ­ment law and indus­tri­al rela­tions dis­putes and fur­thered her advo­ca­cy



Pri­or to join­ing Aequitas Lawyers, Christine worked at a large com­mer­cial law firm

sup­port­ing com­mer­cial law and lit­i­ga­tion teams, and also assist­ing in-house Coun­sel with

reg­u­la­to­ry and com­pli­ance mat­ters while on her sec­ond­ment to an invest­ment bank.

Christine’s cur­rent prac­tice includes the fol­low­ing areas of legal work:

  • Com­mer­cial prop­er­ty acqui­si­tions and sales.
  • Busi­ness and com­pa­ny acqui­si­tions and sales.
  • Con­veyanc­ing of res­i­den­tial prop­er­ties.
  • Retail and com­mer­cial leas­es.
  • Leas­ing, employ­ment and oth­er dis­putes.