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Caroline Vernon

Caroline Vernon is a partner in the residential real estate team. Caroline has joined Sherrards from CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP. Before CMS, Caroline gained a wealth of experience at Muckle LLP, Julian Holy Solicitors and Olswang LLP. Caroline continues to strengthen and develop our offering in the residential real estate sector, working alongside …

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John Brian

John is a talented and respected residential property lawyer, and with over 30 years’ experience, is Sherrards’ longest serving Partner. He is particularly well-known for his experience in residential property work and typically deals with the acquisition, financing and sale of high-value and complex property transactions, including prime urban dwellings, country homes and rural estates, as …

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Amy Brunt

Amy joined Sherrards in 2015 having previously spent 5 years working with another Hertfordshire based firm. Amy specialises in all aspects of residential property including sales, purchases, remortgages, lease extensions and transfers of equity of freehold, leasehold, investment portfolios, and newbuild property. Amy advises on properties predominately located in and around Hertfordshire and London; but …

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Asha Ngai

Asha’s specialism includes acting for investors, in particular from Far East Asia and the Middle East, who purchase and sell both new build and established residential properties. She also acts for clients and lenders on secured lending matters. Asha has recently made the move from a West End law firm to head up Sherrard’s residential …

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Gill Talbot

After graduating from Oxford Brookes University with an Honours degree in Business Studies, Gill spent 7 years as an IT Project Manager before a career change. In February 2016, Gill joined the residential property team as a Conveyancing Assistant, bringing 14 years’ experience to the firm. Outside of work, Gill is married with a daughter and …

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