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Laura Conduit

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Farrer & Co

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Estates & Private Property


Laura is a specialist residential property solicitor experienced in freehold and leasehold sale and purchase transactions, particularly focusing on the prime central London market. She delivers an efficient and friendly service working within the tight timeframes that transactions of this nature often demand. She has experience in acquisitions and disposals of development sites, acts for lenders on property finance matters and is regularly instructed on lease extensions. Laura particularly enjoys a fast paced transaction and has an excellent track record for delivering quality advice and exchanging transactions under pressure. She has been named as a Rising Star in the Real Estate Category in the London 2015 Thompson Reuters Super Lawyers Guide; and Chambers High Net Worth Guide describes her as "brilliant, she's got an affable charm and is very efficient", as well as being "easy to deal with and very attentive".


Qualified with Piper Smith Watton LLP in 2008, Associate 2012; Associate Farrer & Co 2013 - Present.


Bristol University (LLB); Sheffield University (LPC)

London: Real estate

Residential property

Within: Residential property

The lawyers at Farrer & Co ‘stand head and shoulders above their peers in a crowded and competitive area’. The ’outstanding’ team is ‘at the very top of its game’ and is singled out for its handling of prime Central London high-value property transactions. Clients range from leading banks such as Coutts & Co, Deutsche Bank and the Royal Bank of Canada to high-net-worth individuals, all of whom receive ‘top-class residential conveyancing and tax advice’. Practice head Laurie Horwood and recently promoted partner Laura Conduit are ‘extremely good at providing considered options and solutions to complex problems'. Partner Edmund Fetherston-Dilke's ‘knowledge is incredibly broad ranging from specialist rural and agricultural issues to the workings of the major London estates’. Annabel Dean ‘thinks outside of the box and has a very strong positive approach’; a significant number of her clients are based in the Middle East, including Emirates NBD.

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