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Julie Bond

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Mishcon de Reya LLP

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Residential Property


Julie is a Legal Director in our Real Estate Group and specialises in all aspects of residential property including enfranchisement lease extensions and landlord and tenant work. She advises individuals, companies and investment funds both on and offshore.


Julie is a mentor for the start ups taking part in MDR LAB.


Legal Director, Mishcon de Reya LLP

Associate, Mishcon de Reya

Solicitor, Mishcon de Reya

Assistant, Seddons

Qualified, Jennings Son & Ash


Bristol University, Chemistry and Law Bsc (Joint Hons)

London: Real estate

Residential property

Within: Next generation lawyers

Julie Bond - Mishcon de Reya LLP

Within: Residential property

Mishcon de Reya LLP operates with a ‘delightful level of professionalism and reliability’. The ‘very strong team’ boasts a diverse client base which includes high-net-worth individuals, developers, investors, banks, corporates and on and offshore investment funds. Notable names include Capital and Countries, the Bank of Singapore and Gama Estates. Sonal Thakrar heads the practice and is a ‘top performer and expert in her field’. She acts for a number of overseas clients and has particularly strong connections in the Middle East. Legal director Julie Bond regularly handles complicated transactions, enfranchisement and structuring and is a ‘rising star who has exceptional technical knowledge’. Helen Curtis-Goulding is recommended as is James Liffen who has expertise in shared ownership, auction sales and portfolio purchases. Zoe Patel joined the firm from Jury O’Shea LLP.

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