Blake Di Virgilio assists clients with contentious and non-contentious advice on construction, infrastructure and resources projects.

Blake also has experience assisting on commercial litigation arising from contractual and shareholder disputes, and with corporate mergers and acquisitions.

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  • Assisting with responding to leave applications to appeal summary judgement in relation to a contractual dispute that is the subject of concurrent proceedings in the Supreme Court of Western Australia and the Federal Court of Australia.
  • Assisting with a contractual dispute over amounts owed to a medical equipment supplier in relation to the provision of personal protective equipment from China during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Assisting with legal research, reviewing and analysing pleadings, and conducting discovery regarding a dispute heard before the Queensland District Court relating to the supply of goods from the UK.
  • Assisting with pre-action discovery in relation to a dispute over the exploration of mining tenements in two African nations.
  • Assisting with a shareholders’ dispute being heard before the Federal Court of Australia that involves issues relating to oppression remedies, intellectual property rights and valuation of the shareholding.
  • Assisting with legal research, preparing court documentation, preparing evidence documentation and witness evidence analysis for final submissions, as well as various other tasks for a three-week trial before the Perth Magistrate’s Court defending allegations that operations at a manufacturing facility breached environmental regulations.
  • Assisting with reviewing financing and other related agreements, as well as assisting with drafting regulatory disclosure documents in connection with the US$1.1 billion acquisition of a company operating a New South Wales mine by a US-headquartered special purpose acquisition vehicle.
  • Assisting with due diligence regarding a potential foreign investment into a mining exploration project in northern Western Australia.


  • College of Law, Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, 2022
  • University of Western Australia, Juris Doctor, 2021
  • University of Western Australia, Bachelor of Commerce (Economics and Finance), 2018


  • Supreme Court of Western Australia, 2022

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