Charlotte specialises in corporate and structured real estate transactions, representing majority and minority investors and shareholders, private equity houses (with a special focus on real estate funds and investment platforms), start-ups, venture capital funds and property developers. Charlotte also has experience in fund formation, fundraisings and fund management, primarily within the real estate sector.
Charlotte advises on a wide range of corporate matters, including M&A, joint ventures and complex shareholder arrangements, with a significant focus on corporate real estate transactions and related strategic investments, including within the hospitality sector. Charlotte also has experience in real estate fund establishment and management, and works cross-jurisdictionally on both UK-based and international transactions.
Charlotte has represented numerous clients, across a range of industries and sectors, with a concentration on the real estate sector. Charlotte takes a holistic approach, and regularly manages multidisciplinary teams as the lead associate on her transactions. Charlotte's transactions traverse a breadth of sectors, including hotels, leisure and restaurants, members' clubs, science parks, data centres and mixed-used developments.
Charlotte prioritises relationships, both with clients and other advisers, as a means of effecting successful transactions. Charlotte is valued for her ability to balance a commercial, straight-talking pragmatic approach on the one hand, with technical expertise on the other, always being fully immersed in the detail on any transaction.
|Since 2021||Associate, Taylor Wessing, LLP|
|2017 - 2021||Associate, Greenberg Traurig, LLP|
|2014 - 2016||Trainee and Associate, SJ Berwin, LLP/King & Wood Mallesons|
|2013 - 2014||Paralegal, Hogan Lovells|
|2016||Admitted as a solicitor, England & Wales|
|2012 - 2013||LPC, BBP Law School, London|
|2011 - 2012||GDL, College of Law, London|
|2010 - 2011||MSc, Kings College London|
|2007 - 2010||BSc, University of Bristol|
|Committee Member, Young Jewish Care|
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