Angela Radich is an experienced litigator who has acted for clients in the full range of courts, including the NSW Court of Appeal, Full Federal Court and High Court. She is approachable, responsive and focused on obtaining excellent commercial outcomes for clients.

Prior to specialising in construction litigation, Angela acted for the Australian government and corporate clients at a top tier law firm. More recently, she has obtained experience in both front- and back-end construction matters across a diverse range of sectors (including mining and energy, transport, residential, aged care and education) and has represented a tier-one contractor in the arbitration of a significant and high-value construction dispute.

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  • Drafting construction contracts, including amended forms of AS 4300-1995 and AS 4902-2000 design and construct contracts.
  • Representing a contractor in proceedings against Transport for NSW in relation to trenching works undertaken for the CBD and South East Light Rail project. The dispute concerned alleged misleading and deceptive conduct and latent conditions.
  • Acting for bond issuer Swiss Re International SE in Federal Court proceedings regarding an AU$14 million bond call following the appointment of administrators to WDS Limited (contractor on the Eagle Downs coalmine project in Queensland).
  • Defending developers and builders in proceedings concerning incomplete and defective works, including NSW Supreme Court claims up to AU$12 million in value.
  • Obtaining a stay of NSW Supreme Court proceedings where the dispute resolution process in the contract had not been followed.
  • Advising on East Coast Model and West Coast Model security of payment processes and acting for contractors in security of payment litigation.
  • Undertaking audits of construction projects to determine whether contractual processes are being followed and claims managed appropriately and strategically by the contractor.
  • Preparing training materials for commercial teams on key issues when entering into procurement contracts.


  • Queensland University of Technology, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, 2001
  • Queensland University of Technology, Bachelor of Arts (Applied Ethics) and Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours), 2000


  • High Court of Australia, 2004
  • New South Wales, 2004
  • Queensland, 2001

Memberships & Affiliations

  • The National Association of Women in Construction

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