Dominic Nguyen
Solicitor Director

The journey into law… 

Dominic Nguyen is a solicitor director and co-founder of Unified Lawyers.

He is one of Sydney’s leading property lawyers with over 10 years experience in this area of law and in 2023 was awarded Real Estate Partner of the Year.

Experience in family law 

Dominic has outstanding knowledge and extensive experience in conveyancing, buying and selling of businesses, commercial and retail leasing, building and construction, strata law, easements, opposing development applications and compulsory acquisitions.

In addition to Dominic’s knowledge and experience in property law, he also deals with family law, divorce matters, commercial agreements, insurance law, public and products liability, commercial litigation, general insurance, insurance disputes and indemnity matters.

Other areas of expertise 

Dominic is also a leading lawyer in building and construction law and provides high level of expertise to his clients. His strength in this area of law is supported by profound knowledge gained through his experience as an Estimator and Contract Administrator in one of Australia’s largest privately owned construction companies. Dominic acts for some of the largest builders and developers in Australia.

Our care for clients 

Dominic has handled countless matters acting for insurers and advising on a wide range of insurance matters, including unlitigated and litigated matters involving fraud, property damage, negligence, defective works, insurance coverage (indemnity) disputes, recovery action and insurance policy interpretation.

Why Unified 

Dominic has acted and appeared for clients in a wide range of forums throughout Australia including Tribunals and Courts.

Other languages 

Dominic also speaks Vietnamese fluently and so is able to assist Vietnamese speaking clients with their matters.

Dominic Nguyen
Solicitor Director

Contact Information

 02 9071 0578


  • Diploma in Law & Bachelor of Construction
  •  Member of the NSW Law Society and the NSW Lawyers Civil Litigation Committee