Tom Luckock is a projects lawyer based in Beijing. He focuses on projects in the energy, infrastructure and agribusiness sectors.
Tom worked for Norton Rose Australia before moving to Beijing. He has been based in Beijing for more than sixteen years. He studied Chinese and undergraduate law for two years at Renmin University and reads and speaks Chinese. Tom is a recommended practitioner in the 2009 to 2017 editions of Legal 500, IFLR 1000 and Chambers and Partners. Tom is also Deputy Chair of the China-Australia Chamber of Commerce.
The Belt & Road Initiative (B&R) is without a doubt the most ambitious, strategic interconnected infrastructure initiative devised in recent memory..
May 03, 2016
China’s Belt & Road Initiative (B&R) could see up to USD1.5 trillion invested in the 60 countries that comprise the B&R. This will make China the largest funder....
March 03, 2016
Tom Luckock and Elisa de Wit comment in The Guardian on China’s emissions trading scheme and its impact on Australia..
October 04, 2017
A cross-border team from global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright acted as legal adviser to Savills on behalf of the Japanese Hotel chain, Prince Hotels, Inc. on the $50 million acquisition of the Staywell Hospitality Group portfolio. The acquisition, which includes the Park Regis and Leisure Inn brands, is one of the largest Australian hotel M&A deals of 2017..
July 25, 2017