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Tatjana Giutronich

Baker & McKenzie
Not admitted to practice law in this jurisdiction


Tatjana Giutronich joined Baker McKenzie in 2006 and has since worked in the Firm's Berlin and Sydney offices. She is a member of the Commercial Real Estate Practice Group and advises domestic and international clients on all aspects of real estate law. Tatjana is also involved in Baker McKenzie’s pro bono projects.

Practice Focus

Tatjana focuses her real estate practice on property acquisitions and real estate investments as well as commercial leases in relation to national and international real property portfolios.


  • Germany (2008)


  • University of New South Wales (LL.M. Master of Laws in Corporate and Commercial Law) (2009)
  • Higher Regional Court, Berlin (Assessor Exam) (2007)
  • University of Hannover (Referendar Exam) (2005)


  • English
  • French
  • German

Previous Offices

  • Berlin


Co-author, “The importance of precision in contract drafting,” Australian Property Law Bulletin, May 2018

Co-author “Diakou Nominees Pty Ltd v Gouger Street Pty Ltd — the principle (or lack) of legal certainty,” Australian Property Law Bulletin, September 2017

Co-Author, “Implied obligations and the importance of clear drafting - White v Quest Rosehill Pty Ltd [2017] NSWSC 238,” Australian Property Law Bulletin, April 2017 

Co-Author, “Laldy Pty Ltd vs Archer - the extent of the tenant's claim for compensation in the event of a (proposed) demolition of retail premises,” Australian Property Law Bulletin, February 2017