Clare is a senior counsel in the Real Estate group. She has specialised in commercial property law since 2008, and advised owners, investors, funders, developers and asset managers in relation to many high-value transactions. Clare now provides technical legal support to the commercial real estate team, advising on complex transactional points. She also trains the team and clients, keeping both abreast of legal developments.
With responsibility for continual improvement and practice development, she is heavily involved in the adoption of technology.
Clare chairs the Law Society's Property Section committee, and lectures in property law on the Legal Practice Course at the University of Westminster. She also writes widely in a variety of real estate industry publications and national press. She is on the editorial board of the Landlord and Tenant Review, and has contributed expert opinion and industry guidance in the following books published by Ark: Career Development for Women Lawyers; Tomorrow's KM : innovation, best practice, and the future of knowledge management, and Lawyer's guide to the future of practice management.
|Since 2022||Senior counsel, Taylor Wessing|
|2016 - 2022||Senior professional support lawyer, Taylor Wessing|
|2015 - 2016||Senior associate, Russell-Cooke|
|2008 - 2015||Senior associate, Clifford Chance|
|2006 - 2008||Trainee, Clifford Chance|
|2002 - 2005||Executive, Office of Rail Regulation|
|2000 - 2002||Journalist, just-food.com|
|2021||MA International Planning and Sustainable Development, University of Westminster|
|2006||Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School|
|2005||Diploma in Law, BPP Law School|
|2000||BA History, Cardiff University|
Proptech looks set to change how buildings interact with employees, Estates Gazette
|Association of Property Support Lawyers|
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