Archie Tsirimokos cements himself as one of Canberra’s leading commercial lawyers

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The bright lights of Sydney briefly attracted young lawyer, Archie Tsirimokos, until he decided to make Canberra his home and is now one of the region’s leading commercial lawyers.

After graduating from the Australian National University, Archie quickly climbed the legal ladder, starting out as a clerk with Vandenberg Reid, before making his way up to partner and eventually driving the merger with Meyer Clapham in 2005.

Now, he’s currently the Chair of Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers, where he specialises in commercial law, property development and building and construction law and has been involved in the delivery of many complex commercial projects throughout Canberra.

His work has seen Meyer Vandenberg gain a place on Doyles’ list of leading Canberra Property & Real Estate Law Firms for 2021.

Archie Tsirimokos has cemented himself as one of Canberra’s leading commercial lawyers.

Doyles has also ranked Archie as a leading Property & Real Estate Lawyer in the ACT for the past six years, a gong he says comes down to working with a great team.

“I’m very proud to get the recognition, but you don’t get the accolades without having a good team around you,” Archie told Riot Act.

“I work with some great people and this is a reflection of that.”

Passion for mental health and the arts:

When Archie isn’t kicking goals in the legal profession, he is also a Director of Lifeline Canberra. He says he is proud to support this organisation by contributing his legal skills and using his extensive business networks to increase awareness.

Archie Tsirimokos is the chair of Kulture Break, a creative arts and support group for young people. Photo: Kulture Break.

“It’s great to be able to help those people in our community, like most communities, who are going through a difficult time,” Archie told Riot Act.

He is also the Chair of Kulture Break, a not-for-profit creative arts and support group that provides early intervention programs to enhance youth empowerment, belonging, inclusion, identity, confidence and self-expression.

“Kulture Break helps get kids back on track. It gives them purpose, somewhere to go and something to do. It’s much more than just a dance group,” he says.

Archie adds he is “very passionate” about both charity groups and the tireless work carried out by their respective volunteers.

“I look at the people involved with these organisations and I’m just amazed by what they do. They are making a difference to people’s lives,” he concludes.

Source: Riot Act.

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