Private Practice

Rural Property Lawyer

Rural Property Lawyer

  • About the team: We are property lawyers who form a key part of the firm's multidisciplinary Food and Farming specialism, which advises food retailers, distributors, processors and producers alongside landowners and farmers.
  • About the role: We act on the sale, purchase, leasing and mortgaging of farms, estates, country houses and other rural properties and advise on a wide range of issues arising from the ownership, occupation and management of rural land and buildings.
  • Looking for: You will have recent and relevant work experience working with both private clients and corporate/institutional clients and their agents.
  • Opportunities: We work closely with our private client and dispute resolution teams as well as with lawyers in allied areas such as banking, planning, environment, energy and corporate law.
  • And more: Clients include significant rural landowners including The Crown Estate and charities, such as National Trust and The Woodland Trust, the Environment Agency, as well as numerous private owners and occupiers.

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