True experts in the field.
We work with Government and leading Australian businesses in the corporate, banking, projects, ICT, mining, resources and agricultural sectors.
NADIA MANSOUR, MANAGING DIRECTOR
Nadia Mansour is an experienced corporate professional who practises as a management consultant and lawyer. She has practised as a lawyer for more than 19 years within both the corporate sector and private legal practices.
Recognised as a contracts and procurements specialist and as a leading technology, telecommunications and media lawyer, Nadia has particular expertise in contracts management, best practices in procurement and vendor management strategies and contract negotiation. She regularly advises executives and senior management in relation to risk management strategies, best practices for corporate and contract governance and business management strategies.
Nadia's primary area of legal practice is Contracts Law with a particular focus on ICT and technology contracts, Procurement & Sourcing (across all sectors), Intellectual Property and Major Projects.
She works closely with Boards, Senior Executives and General Counsel on a wide range of legal and non-legal matters.
Law Society of Western Australia
Women Lawyers of Western Australia
Women in Technology Western Australia
Australian Information Security Association
DAVID SKENDER, DIRECTOR
David joined Elisian after spending 7 years practising solely as a barrister at the Western Australian bar. Prior to joining the bar, David was a partner of a national firm and also held the position of Principal at a small boutique commercial law practice focusing on the areas of insolvency and commercial dispute resolution.
David’s experience includes advising clients across a broad range of industry sectors which include construction, property, accounting, mining, mining services, stockbroking and health care. In the insolvency area, David has acted for debtors, lenders and insolvency practitioners in a wide variety of insolvency and real and personal property securities law contexts.
Now practising as both a barrister and a solicitor, David is available to seamlessly advise and represent clients from the beginning to the end of the commercial dispute resolution process. This serves to eliminate the potential for duplication of work during the course of a matter. David’s understanding of the court system also provides an invaluable insight into the risks associated with litigation, appropriate strategies to minimise those risks and otherwise, how best to resolve a dispute commercially.