Nadia Czachor is a senior associate in the planning and environment team. She has over ten years' experience conducting planning litigation and advising on planning law for public and private sector clients.
She has extensive experience advising on planning appeals, acting for local governments in enforcement litigation for development offences, advising local government and development clients on statutory requirements for all aspects of development and preparing transactional due diligence reports about environment and planning law matters.
Nadia has a Masters of Law (Environmental Law) in addition to her Bachelor of Laws. She has lectured at Bond University on property acquisition and international environmental law. Nadia has also presented at a number of seminars and written a number of publications, including contributing to the Oxford University Press text Energy Law in Transition: Beyond the Carbon Economy.