Anastasia Klein > Maples Teesdale LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Maples Teesdale LLP

Work Department

Commercial Property


Anastasia is a partner in Maples Teesdale’s commercial real estate team and is Head of Retail at our firm. In this role, Anastasia leads our retail sector team, which is committed to understanding the retail market and how it affects our clients and their business interests, assisting them to respond swiftly to challenges and opportunities across all sectors (including student accommodation) and disseminating this information both within our firm and externally.

Anastasia has extensive experience of capital transactions; acquisitions, disposals and refinancing of commercial property, including portfolios and sale and leaseback transactions; developments, pre-lets as well as asset management [shopping centres, retail parks, hotels, warehouses, industrial parks and offices]; and specialist expertise in dealing with embassy and ambassadorial premises.

Anastasia is the co-Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Maples Teesdale. As an individual is passionate about the need for diversity within the legal profession, Anastasia pro-actively supports, and helps drive our Firm’s view that a diverse workplace is key to our business. Anastasia is also responsible for selecting trainees and paralegals to join our team. Anastasia is also a keen advocate of women raising their visibility in both the legal profession and the real estate industry. Her first experience of public speaking was moderating a panel discussion at Bisnow’s inaugural Women in Real Estate event, in front of an audience of over 450 people.

Anastasia also a founding member of the Allbright women’s networking club, an active member of Real Estate Balance, and registered as a speaker with Women Talk Real Estate and RE:Women.


Trained Maples Teesdale LLP
Qualified Maples Teesdale LLP 2005
Senior Associate Maples Teesdale LLP 2011
Of Counsel Maples Teesdale LLP 2014
Partner Maples Teesdale LLP 2017


Law Society of England and Wales
Association of Women Solicitors and Women in Property


St Julie’s High School, Liverpool
University of Manchester (LLB)
Manchester Metropolitan University (LPC)