Sarah Seed > Mills & Reeve LLP > Cambridge, England > Lawyer Profile

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

Work Department

Banking.

Position

Partner in the banking team, advising lenders and borrowers on debt finance (with a particular specialism in the not-for-profit and public sectors).

Career

Solicitor Wragge & Co 1995-2000; associate Mills & Reeve 2000-03; partner 2003.

Education

Stratford-upon-Avon Grammar School for Girls; Balliol College, University of Oxford (1991 BA Hons Modern History).

Leisure

Travel, reading and three small children.

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Private client > Charities and not-for-profit

Mills & Reeve LLP in Cambridge works with some of the UK’s largest charities, handling incorporation, recruitment, HR, estate management, property development, legacies, litigation, intellectual property and much more. Practice head Neil Burton is a specialist in charity law and counts Henry Smith Charity and the Francis Crick Institute among his clients. Debt capital market partner Sarah Seed runs the charity fundraising practice. Employment partner Nicola Brown, real estate specialist Nick Finlayson-Brown, IP partner James Fry and, in Norwich, real estate partner Caroline Dean also play central roles in the practice.

East Anglia > Finance > Banking and finance

Mills & Reeve LLP‘s Cambridge office is the hub for a multi-faceted banking and finance practice that handles domestic and cross-border lending, capital markets issuance and niche areas such as real estate finance for borrowers and lenders. Among its clients are banks, debt funds, local authorities and government bodies. Corporate and acquisition finance partner William Roles, who works in both London and Cambridge, leads the practice. Sarah Seed handles finance matters in the not-for-profit sector, Laura Holdaway real estate finance and Norwich-based Zak Virgin asset-based lending. In Cambridge, principal associates Matthew Howling and Frances Churchard are also recommended.