Stephanie Patterson
Special Counsel
Kath Booth
Jackie Lazar
Andrew Vincent
Laura Driscoll
Special Counsel
Miriam Asar
Lucy Masters
Melissa Doran
Special Counsel

Edwina Renshaw

Special Counsel

As a property specialist, Edwina has a keen appetite to tackle new challenges and navigate complex problems to achieve the best outcomes. Edwina has an enthusiastic approach to her work, and prides herself on her reliability and diligent commercial sense.

Edwina specialises in commercial, industrial, retail and residential property law, and has a particular interest in large transactional property matters, development and State infrastructure projects.

She regularly advises high-profile private sector and government clients on a full range of real property matters including contracts for acquisitions and disposals, development agreements, agreements for lease, leases, leasebacks, licences and the creation of easements and covenants. In addition, Edwina also acts for a number of charitable organisations on a pro bono basis.

She has invaluable insights gained from her 11 years’ experience as a lawyer, and is highly skilled in negotiating and finding solutions that align with commercial priorities.

Prior to joining Hamilton Locke, Edwina was part of the real estate team at Clayton Utz.


Commercial, Retail and Residential Property Law; Acquisitions and Disposals; Development; Leasing

  • Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards, Property Team of the Year, 2020
  • Bachelor of Law, University of New England
  • Bachelor of Business (Human Resources), University of New England
  • Diploma of Legal Practice, Australian National University
  • Admitted to practice in New South Wales and High Court of Australia
  • Acting for MA Financial Group on its $225 million acquisition of d’Albora Marina Portfolio
  • Acting for JY Group on its $120.5 million off market acquisition of its 50% share of the Carlingford Court Shopping Centre.
  • Acting for Shopping Centres Australasia Property Group RE Limited acquisition of $180m retail portfolio of shopping centres (comprising 5 assets across QLD, SA and WA) from Centuria.
  • Acting for Shopping Centres Australasia Property Group on the $150.5 million off-market acquisition of Marketown Shopping Centre Newcastle.
  • Acting for Shopping Centres Australasia Property Group on the $112 million acquisition of Delacombe Town Centre.
  • Acting for Shopping Centres Australasia Property Group on the sale of five shopping centre assets comprising SCA Unlisted Retail Fund 1 (combined value exceeding $69 million).