Robert Wofinden > Browne Jacobson LLP > Nottingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Browne Jacobson LLP

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Robert (partner) has 16 years’ commercial property experience and specialises in property development and strategic land transactions, but also advises on a wide range of more general commercial property matters, acting for and advising a wide range of clients including high net worth private clients, investors, developers, charities and owners of large landed and commercial estates.

Robert’s expertise includes advising on conditional property agreements, options, promotion and collaboration agreements, leases and land transfers and advising on a wide range of rural, agricultural and renewable energy property transactions.


  • Solicitor – admitted September 2004
  • LPC
  • LLB (Hons)

Lawyer Rankings

East Midlands > Real estate > Commercial property: Nottingham and Derby

Browne Jacobson LLP‘s large team in Nottingham leverages the firm’s nationwide reach to advise private and public sector clients on all aspects of major real estate projects, including those spanning multiple jurisdictions. ‘Fantastic lawyer’ Sarah Parkinson has a particularly strong track record of assisting clients with large-scale retail and property developments. Barry Sully specialises in land acquisitions and disposals, joint ventures, urban regeneration projects and mixed-use schemes. In an ongoing highlight, Sully is advising Leicestershire County Council on an urban extension to the town of Lutterworth, comprising 2,750 new homes, two new schools and various other public facilities. Suki Tonks, Robert Wofinden and Gabor Taller are also recommended.

East Midlands > Private client > Agriculture and estates

Browne Jacobson LLP leverages its multidisciplinary strengths to advise clients in both the public and private sectors. The firm is recognised for its involvement in high-profile proprietary estoppel cases involving agricultural law. The practice is jointly led by Robert Wofinden and Lucy Worwood. Senior associate Georgina Euden is a key member of the team and recently became a Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association. The firm’s recent work included acting for the Bridge Farm Group on the sale of the group to Canadian cannabis grower Sundial.