I have always been interested in the British countryside and the processes behind food production. As food production is so intrinsically entwined with European law, farmers and landowners need to be guided and advised accordingly when dealing with land whether owned or tenanted. I aim to make property matters as smooth as possible for clients.
Jacqueline studied at the University of Hull and then went on to complete her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in York. Jacqueline qualified as a solicitor in 2011 with a regional firm in Hull before moving to Norfolk to specialise in agricultural and rural property.
Jacqueline advises on a broad range of agricultural matters, including sale and purchase of farms and farmland, agricultural tenancies and wayleave agreements. Jacqueline also advises on bank security over land.