Phoebe Zhang


Phoebe Zhang is a solicitor working at our firm’s Chatswood office assisting partner Vin Goldrick in the property and conveyancing practice.


She studied at Western Sydney University where she obtained a Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Applied Finance) and a Bachelor of Laws in 2017.


She was admitted as a lawyer to the Supreme Court of NSW in September 2017. She has experience from working as an in house lawyer and as solicitor in private practice, focusing on property and strata laws.


To further develop in the legal profession, Phoebe is devoted to further studies for her Master of Laws specialising in business law and transactions in August 2020.

Contact Details

Office:  Chatswood

Phone: +61 2 9413 2600 



Graduated from Western Sydney University in 2017

Bachelor of Business and Commerce / Bachelor of Laws

Admitted as a Solicitor in September 2017

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