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Irwin Mitchell

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Ayesha Hasan

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Irwin Mitchell

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Business legal services – real estate.


Ayesha has particular expertise in real estate investment, real estate finance and restructuring and insolvency. She has a broad range of experience in commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions and disposals (acting for both sellers and buyers), landlord and tenant work (acting for both landlords and tenants), real estate aspects of real estate finance (acting for both borrowers and lenders), insolvency (acting for administrators and receivers), restructuring and enforcing security (acting for lenders) and corporate support.


Trainee solicitor 2000-2002, Addleshaw Goddard LLP; solicitor 2002-2004, Eversheds LLP; senior associate 2004-2012, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP; partner 2012-2014, Locke Lord LLP; partner 2014-date, Irwin Mitchell LLP.




IPF; R3; Women in Property.


Leeds Girls’ High School; University College London 1999 (LLB (Hons)); Nottingham Law School 2000 (LPC with commendation) and 2002 (Diploma in Real Estate Law).


dancing, travelling, clay pigeon shooting.

London: Real estate

Commercial property

Within: Commercial property

Irwin Mitchell has been involved in a range of landlord and tenant issues at prominent London locations and is especially ‘valuable’ in real estate finance mandates. The team has undergone a phase of regrowth, which brought national head of real estate Adrian Barlow to the firm from Pinsent Masons LLP in 2017. Barlow has experience advising public and private sector organisations on large-scale strategic portfolio projects. Corporate letting work has included Ian Silverblatt assisting The National Union of Journalists on the lease agreements for its recently refurbished premises at Gray’s Inn Road. Similarly, Silverblatt advised Goethe-Institut on the development of a café at the Goethe Institute in South Kensington, which included leasing transactions with multiple operators. Also recommended are associate Nikki Link and Ayesha Hasan, who specialises in property finance.

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