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MFG Solicitors LLP

20-21 THE TYTHING, WORCESTER, WR1 1HD, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01905 610 410
Fax:
Fax 01905 610 191
DX:
716306 WORCESTER
Email:
Web:
www.mfgsolicitors.com

Iain Morrison

Tel:
Work 01905 610410
Email:
MFG Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Agriculture and rural affairs.

Position

Partner and head of division, dealing with agriculture and rural affairs specialising in all aspects of agricultural law. Recently acted as lead solicitor in £12.5m sale of Shakenhurst Estate for executors of Amanda Severne.

Career

Trained Howes Percival; qualified 1995; partner mfg 1999; head of private client department 2001-04; head of agricultural department 2004-08; member managing board 2006-todate. Director Care Farming West Midlands Limited.

Member

Agricultural Law Association; Country Landowners Association – Worcestershire committee member; Tenant Farmers Association.

Education

Malvern College; Newcastle University (LLB (Hons)); College of Law, York.

Leisure

Keen walker and outdoor pursuits, supporter of Worcester Rugby Club.


West Midlands : Private client

Agriculture and estates

Within: Agriculture and estates

MFG Solicitors LLP’s clients include Top Barn Farm, Hawkins Estate and S & A Soft Fruits and Wrekin Shell Mouldings. Head of the department is Iain Morrison, who is recommended, as is Helen Gough.

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