Posted Thursday 10th February 2022
Joelson, the Commercial West End Law firm, has boosted its Real Estate practice with the hire of four lawyers, expanding its contentious and non-contentious offering in the Real Estate sector.
Rebecca Thomas re-joins the firm as Senior Associate and specialises in residential property including sales, acquisitions, new build and refinances.
Amit Bhangham joins Joelson as Senior Associate and advises on a broad range of transactional real estate matters, particularly acquisitions and disposals. He has over 15 years’ experience advising both landlords and tenants, lenders and borrowers, in addition to high net worth individuals.
Emma Reed joins as Solicitor and advises on commercial and residential property matters. Her experience includes advising on the acquisition, finance and disposal of commercial property such as retail, industrial, offices and development sites.
The firm also welcomes Chris Athanasi as Solicitor in the property litigation team who acts for both landlords and tenants, spanning the full gamut of commercial and residential property disputes.
Joelson’s Real Estate team is now comprised of 17 fee earners and Partners and the team is led by Partner, David Hershkorn.
David Hershkorn, Partner – Real Estate at Joelson, says:
“We are thrilled to have expanded our Real Estate team by one third due to growth in this sector, client referrals, increasing demands and excellent work delivered by the team.
We are extremely pleased to be going through this period of exciting growth at Joelson and so we are expanding our team to meet the needs of our clients.”
Amit Bhangham, Senior Associate at Joelson added:
“Absolutely delighted to have joined Joelson and have already had such a warm welcome from the whole firm.
It is great to be part of such a strong Real Estate team and a forward-thinking firm, with some outstanding clients.”
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