Mark Morgan is a consultant in the property and development team. He was admitted to practice as a solicitor in New South Wales in 1980. In 1981 he joined the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department (Canberra), where he worked in the intellectual property, legislative drafting, criminal law and administrative law groups.
In 1985, Mark transferred to the property division of the Attorney-General's Department's Sydney office and has specialised in commercial property law since then. He worked for large national law firms from 1987 onwards, before establishing his own practice in 1993 and merging this practice into Morgan Lewis Attorneys in 1996.
For over 28 years, Mark has managed numerous large scale property development exercises in Australia. These exercises have included the acquisition from the Maritime Services Board of a massive Homebush Bay site in 1989, all work involved in the redevelopment of the site and progressive off-the-plan sales of residential apartments on the site, which commenced in 1999 and are still ongoing.
Mark completed his law degree and an arts degree majoring in economics at the University of New South Wales in 1977. He was awarded a Japanese Department of Education (Monbusho) Scholarship in 1977 and studied post-graduate economics at Hokkaido University, Japan, from 1978 until 1980.
Mark joined the legal practice in 2013.