Newmanor Law building a stronger agile team
Specialist real estate law firm Newmanor Law recently recruited Millie Isaac, to the role of Legal Assistant. She is one of three additions in recent months to the growing business, which has bucked the legal sector redundancy trend, with a busy close to 2020.
Isaac graduated from University of Bristol in 2018 having read Law, with a study period abroad in Denmark. After graduating, Millie worked on Phase 1 of the Grenfell Enquiry, which sparked her interest in construction and property law.
Karen Mason co-founding partner of Newmanor Law commented: “We are building a strong team here at Newmanor Law and it’s gratifying to help talented individuals like Millie take their first step in a career in real estate law.
“Newmanor has not only remained busy supporting existing clients through the difficulties caused by the pandemic and government-imposed lockdown, but has attracted new clients with our unique approach to making real estate matters simple, transparent and cost-effective.
“Millie joins at a time when it is apparent that most businesses in the property sector, developer, landlord or tenant, are tired of the traditional arms-length approach of full-service firms and want a more hands-on, focussed service from law firms that excel in the sector.
“Millie is a good fit with our team and will support our work across lease negotiations, property deals and the financing necessary to ensure our clients achieve their real estate objectives.”
Newmanor Law, which recently celebrated its second anniversary, was founded to take advantage of remote working and collaboration technology, along with smart processes, to build an agile business committed to fixed-fee solutions to the challenges faced by their clients.
Legal Assistant Millie Isaac said of her appointment: “I recognise the opportunity to grow my career here with Newmanor Law, in a supportive and empowering environment, which offers the excitement of the big property deals, whilst finding time for the personal support I will need.
“It’s clear from day one that the firm brings a single-minded focus to commercial property matters and has thrived in lockdown, which proved no impediment to a business already comfortable with remote working and virtual meetings long before anyone heard of Covid-19.
“Investors and developers are returning to the commercial property market, making up for lost time and are seizing the opportunities that exist for those with growing portfolios.
“It’s exciting to join the Newmanor team at such a pivotal point in their development, whilst also being able to assist with clients growth by providing specialist real estate knowledge.”