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Adam Ludlow

Adam Ludlow


Adam is a key part of our Commercial Property team and has specialised in commercial property for 15 years. He works in a wide range of industries, including energy, defence, agriculture, wine and retail.

Adam is meticulous in protecting his clients’ interests when buying, selling, leasing or otherwise dealing with land as well as guarding against any future risks that may arise. Adam’s clients value him for his accessibility as well as his practical and timely advice – traits that put him amongst the best property lawyers in South Australia.

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Commercially-focussed, Adam provides advice that clients can apply easily in their business. His clients are reassured by his astute yet friendly approach – he loves the tough negotiations, but is always personable and approachable. Adam gets the job done; efficiently, effectively and with minimal fuss.

Adam’s extensive experience includes the sale, acquisition, leasing and development of commercial, retail and industrial property as well as due diligence, land division and general contractual and property matters. He is an industry-leader in matters involving contaminated land –an increasingly critical area of law and public policy.


  • Bachelor of Laws


  • Leaders Institute of South Australia Fellow
  • The Property Council of Australia Member
  • Family Business Australia Member
  • Agribusiness Association of Australia

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