How Smart eContracts & eSigning are changing the way Australians buy & sell property

By Leonie Jarrett, Liz Chase, Brendan Smart

27 October

12:30 - 02:00



InfoTrack Office Melbourne - L5, North Tower, 459 Collins Street, Melbourne

We’ve gathered a panel of experts to answer your questions and discuss the latest in end-to-end electronic conveyancing technology. Hear from both the provider bringing you the technology and the practitioners who are using it.




How electronic conveyancing benefits lawyers, conveyancers and clients

Leonie Jarrett – 1 – 1:15pm

Liz Chase – 1:15 – 1:30pm


Smart electronic contracts and eSigning – who this technology works for

Brendan Smart – 1:30 – 1:45pm


Questions to the panel – 1:45 -2pm


Speaker Bios

Liz Chase

Director of Chase Legal

Liz has property law experience from within several of Australia’s leading law firms and has acquired expert knowledge across both residential and commercial transactions. She has settled over 2000 properties and drafted off the plan contracts for some of Melbourne’s biggest developers. She is one of the first practitioners in Victoria to have electronically prepared and signed a Section 32 Vendor Statement. 


Leonie Jarrett

Solicitor and Principal at First Class Legal

As one of the leaders of First Class Legal, Leonie is the head of a highly-experienced team that handles all types of property transactions across Victoria. First Class Legal takes pride in being innovative and at the forefront of change. They were the first ILP in Melbourne to participate in an electronic property transfer, and have been early adopters of electronic signing of Section 32s and Contracts and electronic settlement.


Brendan Smart

GM of Sales at InfoTrack

Within 18 months of joining InfoTrack Brendan's passion for sales and the industry saw him become InfoTrack’s National Sales Manager - since then he has never looked back. His current role as InfoTrack’s General Manager of Sales has him overseeing sales teams responsible for bringing in over 120 new clients each month and dominating the Australian information brokerage industry.

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