Harry Lehmann is a Co-Founder and Chairman of Vendorable. He conceived of the idea for a more instantaneous and transparent real estate services model in mid-2013 and thereafter began researching and writing the specification for what Vendorable has become today.
Since 2006 Harry has worked in private law firms, first as a clerk and then as a solicitor. He started his own practice Lehmann & Co in 2013. Harry has been involved in thousands of real estate transactions covering the spectrum of legal practice in this area. In 2011, Harry successfully defended proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia claiming relief under independent contractors legislation in the context of a commercial arrangement. The case became one of the first judicial interpretations of the statute.
Since 2012 Harry has been a part-time member of staff at the Australian National University tutoring in succession law. He holds a Bachelor of Science in genetics and molecular biology and a Bachelor of Laws. Harry is a subeditor at Quillette Magazine.