Christine De Ferrars Green > Mills & Reeve LLP > Cambridge, England > Lawyer Profile

Mills & Reeve LLP
BOTANIC HOUSE
100 HILLS ROAD
CAMBRIDGE
CB2 1PH
England

Work Department

Real estate.

Position

Partner, specialising in real estate development projects. Particular expertise in large scale residential projects and estate management/long-term stewardship schemes.

Career

Trainee solicitor Gouldens (now Jones Day) 1987-89; solicitor Gouldens 1989-96; associate Coudert Brothers LLP 1996 -97; partner 1997-2001; partner Mills & Reeve LLP 2001.

Memberships

Women in Property; British Property Federation; Town and Country Planning Association.

Education

Croydon High School for Girls; University of York (1985 BA Hons History); 1986 Common Professional Examination; 1987 Law Society Finals Examination.

Leisure

Archery and the reading re. social history of Tudor London

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Real estate > Commercial property: Cambridge

(Leading individuals)

Christine de Ferrars GreenMills & Reeve LLP

Mills & Reeve LLP has ‘a solid dependable property practice offering an attractive supporting breadth of services‘. The firm has an 18-partner real estate practice across its office network, in which the Cambridge office plays a key role in national and cross-border transactions. The practice also handles high-profile regional matters, including the £96m purchase of Cambridge Retail Park for RPMI Railpen. Charles Staveley, who is head of the real estate investment group, is the lead partner in Cambridge. Michelle Cookson handles complex investment and development projects, Christine De Ferrars Green on strategic development projects, and Nick Finlayson-Brown on property investment and development projects. Newly promoted partner Joanna Davies and a strong team of associates, among them Laura Ludlow, Christopher Pike and Tom Nash, are key practitioners.