Jeremy Chitty

Senior Associate: Property & Real Estate
Jeremy Chitty

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Jeremy joined Murfett Legal in May 2022 as a Senior Associate.  Jeremy has significant commercial and property experience, having previously worked at a boutique Perth firm and in a Federal Government legal department in Canberra.

Jeremy works primarily in the areas of commercial and property law including commercial and retail leasing, negotiation and preparation of property, business and financial documents, the sale and purchase of businesses and real estate, franchising, liquor licencing and dispute resolution.

Jeremy enjoys building ongoing relationships with his clients by providing commercially focussed and practical legal advice. 

Jeremy graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Technology Sydney in 2009. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Western Australia with majors in Political Science and English Literature.

Jeremy was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2010 and appears on the Register of Practitioners of the High Court.

Prior to practicing law, Jeremy was a journalist for Perth’s daily newspaper, The West Australian and he had also worked as an adviser to a Commonwealth Cabinet Minister.

Out of work, Jeremy enjoys running, theatre and live music.



"Updated Offer & Acceptance and General Conditions for WA Property Contracts"

areas of expertise

  • Purchase and Sale of Property (residential, commercial, farming etc)
  • ​Purchase and Sale of Businesses
  • Commercial and retail leasing
  • Property Law
  • Liquor Licencing
  • Franchising
  • Negotiating and drafting a wide variety of commercial and property contracts
  • Contract Reviews and Advice
  • Commercial Matters & Advice


  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (University of WA) - 1999
  • Bachelor of Laws (University of Technology Sydney) - 2009
  • Admitted Supreme Court of NSW – 2010
  • Registered for High Court of Australia - 2013