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Another legal director joins Clarions Real Estate team as demand continues

Experienced commercial property lawyer Parul Hargreaves is the latest recruit to join Clarions growing Real Estate team which is seeing ongoing demand for its services as the sector recovers from the impact of the lockdown.

Another legal director joins Clarions Real Estate team as demand continues

"Despite the pandemic, the commercial property sector has been weathering the storm and Clarion has continued to be busy. We are pleased to have someone with Paruls extensive experience joining us."
Martin Grange, head of Clarion Real Estate

Taking up the position of legal director with Clarion, Parul has 20 years’ experience in commercial property, acting for both private and public sector clients. Parul has spent the last 15 years working for an international law firm, based at its Leeds office.


Specialising in Landlord and Tenant matters, Parul has a strong track record acting for a variety of high profile clients in relation to their property portfolios across a diverse range of business sectors including retail, manufacturing and business services.


Parul comments: "As I already know a number of lawyers in Clarion’s Real Estate team, I am well aware of the quality of its people and am looking forwarded to being part of such a talented, well-respected and ambitious team.”


Martin Grange, head of Clarion’s Real Estate practice, said: “Despite the impact of the pandemic, the commercial property sector appears to be weathering the storm and, at Clarion, we have continued to be busy. We are, therefore, pleased to have someone with Parul’s extensive experience joining us. She will further strengthen our offering, complementing the specialist skills we are able to offer across the full spectrum of real estate matters.” 


Clarion's 26-strong Real Estate team provides a full range of property expertise from development, investment, asset management, business lease and owner/occupier work through to retail, leisure and secured lending.


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