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Julie Acock

Julie Acock

Senior Associate

T: 01865 268 360 (DDI)
T: 01865 792 300

Julie is a senior associate solicitor based in our Oxford office, where she heads up the real estate team.

About Julie

Julie has over 20 years’ experience in legal practice. She is familiar with all aspects of commercial property work, with extensive experience in acting on the sale and purchase of small businesses, particularly licensed premises.

The Legal 500 UK praised her “timely, cost-effective and practical advice”, which facilitates her to “provide an excellent service” as a senior associate.

Julie’s wealth of experience in real estate includes:

  • securing lending work for banks and borrowers
  • landlord and tenant work, with particular emphasis on the retail sector, having acted for national retailers, both for A1 and A3 use, the latter including drive thru’ restaurants
  • retail development work for national retailers
  • property development for commercial and residential use
  • acquisition and disposal of pubs, restaurants and small businesses
  • property transactions for pension schemes
  • property support for corporate transactions
  • investment work and portfolio management.

I pride myself on being commercial. I take a realistic and helpful approach to clients to help them to achieve what they need. My wide experience within the legal profession, both in private practice and in the public sector, has given me a keen perspective on achieving the best solutions.

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