Xiaoyu (Ben) Guo | GC Partner

LLB., LLM., JD (Dist 2), GDLP.
Legal PQ. P. R. China
Solicitor, High Court of Australia
Member, Law Council of Australia (Business)

+61 420852858 ben@auslaw.com.au


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  • 2018: Register of Practitioners, High Court of Australia
  • 2018: Solicitor, Supreme Court of Queensland
  • 2015: Legal Professional Qualification Certificate, the Ministry of Justice of the People’s Republic of China
  • 2021-Current: Gold Coast Partner, Auslaw Partners, Australia
  • 2020: Volunteer Solicitor, My Community Legal (Robina), Australia
  • 2019-2020: In-house Counsel, Great Regards Wealth Management Group, Australia
  • 2018 – 2019: Solicitor, Adams Wilson Lawyers, Australia
  • 2018: Law Graduate, Adams Wilson Lawyers
  • 2017: Legal Intern, Accuro Legal, Australia
  • 2015: Student Volunteer, Southport Community Legal Centre, Australia
  • 2012: Law Clerk, The People’s Procuratorate of Hongshan District (Wuhan), China
  • 2020: Practice Management Course, The Queensland Law Society
  • 2019: Property Development Advanced, Property Council Academy
  • 2018: Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Bond University, Australia
  • 2016-2018: Juris Doctor (Dist 2), Bond University, Australia
  • 2015 – 2016: Master of Laws, The University of Queensland, Australia
  • 2009 – 2013: Bachelor of Laws, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), P.R. China
  • Property Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Ben Guo’s main practice areas are commercial law, property law and employment law. He has extensive experience in real estate development, corporate acquisition, education law, wills and estate, corporate compliance, and dispute resolution. Ben Guo provides a wide range of legal services for many companies and institutions, including cross-border investment, financing, and corporate compliance. He also represents clients in China and Australia in project structure design, equity and asset acquisition, transaction negotiation, drafting and execution of legal documents. Ben Guo graduated from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) in 2013 with a Bachelor of Laws degree in law. During his undergraduate studies, Mr Guo also majored in English at Huazhong University of Science and Technology. Later, he went to Australia to continue his studies and obtained a Master of Laws degree and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Queensland and Bond University. After nearly 8 years of legal studies, Mr. Guo has a solid legal theoretical foundation and formed a mature legal thinking mode. Mr. Guo has a strong interest in real estate development. In 2019, he completed the advanced property development course by the Property Council of Australian. Mr. Guo has provided a full range of legal services for many developers, including project acquisition, DA application, building and construction, and sales and marketing. During his studies at Bond University, Mr. Guo served as a member of the Bond Law Journals Committee, responsible for the review of legal journals and translation of law textbooks. In the meantime, Mr. Guo also won the second place in the Bond University International Speech Contest.In his spare time, Mr Guo works as a volunteer lawyer in a number of community legal centers, providing free legal advice to the vulnerable and disadvantaged.
  • 2023: Selected for Fast Firms – Australasian Lawyers
  • 2023: Selected for 5-Star Employers of Choice – Australasian Lawyers
  • 2022 Business Awards Finalist Certificate – Hong Kong Australia Business Association (Queensland Chapter)
  • Design project acquisition and operation plans for many mainland Chinese developers
  • Participate in the acquisition, financing, development application and marketing plan formulation of large-scale real estate development projects, and provide a full range of legal services
  • Successfully mediated a four-year estate dispute
  • Design labor contracts and company policies for many companies
  • Member, Queensland Law Society
  • Member, Gold Coast District Law Association
  • Alumni Mentor, Bond University, Australia
  • Volunteer Solicitor, My Community Legal (Robina) 2020
  • Member of Bond University Law Journals Committee (2017)