Johnston Withers

Anthony Mauriello.

Practice Leader: Property

A senior lawyer of Johnston Withers, Anthony heads up our property team.

Working on Kaurna lands (Adelaide)

“A highlight of working at Johnston Withers is having the opportunity to service a wide range of clients through our regional offices, and building a broad network throughout South Australia.”

Talk to Anthony about

Commercial and property law

Anthony's qualifications

  • Admission to Supreme Court of South Australia, 2019
  • Admission to Supreme Court of Victoria, 2018
  • Graduate Diploma in legal practice (Australian National University), 2018
  • Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Commerce (University of South Australia), 2017

Anthony's experience

Anthony has degrees in both law and commerce, and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. He started his career at Johnston Withers Lawyers as a PLT student, and then moved into a clerk role before joining the team as a lawyer in 2019.

Anthony's expertise

Anthony is the leader of the property team, and specialises in transactional matters and asset structuring. He has a strong focus on loans and security matters.

He values his relationships with his clients above all else, and aims to build a relationship of trust and confidence, while being committed to getting the best result for his clients.

Outside of Law

Anthony enjoys being outdoors, working on his health and fitness, spending time with family and friends and travelling.

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