Ogier have announced that Julie Melia joined the firm as a Partner and Co-Head of the Property Law Group on 2 July. Julie is a senior Advocate with 20 years of experience in Jersey and is very well respected in the local property industry by clients, intermediaries and her peers.
Julie joined Ogier from Walkers where she was a Partner and head of Walkers' Jersey Property Team. She specialises in all aspects of Jersey property including commercial acquisitions and leases, residential development schemes and planning issues, mergers and acquisitions, property finance and residential purchases and sales. Julie will also be joined at Ogier by members of her existing team from Walkers.
Matthew Swan, Managing Partner, Ogier Jersey, said "we are dedicated to the strategic development of our property team as well as providing support to Channel Island businesses across all sectors through our local business unit. Julie will add further strength and depth to the Property team and will be working with Jonathan Hughes, Partner and fellow Co-Head of the Property Law Group."
Julie Melia said "Ogier is committed to providing a quality client focussed property law service in Jersey, so I am excited to be joining the Group and looking forward to working with Jonathan and the team at Ogier."
Ogier have also announced that Peter Bertram will be taking a sabbatical from the beginning of July until his official retirement from the partnership in January 2013. Peter joined Le Masurier, Giffard & Poch (a predecessor firm of Ogier) in 1981 and became a partner in 1986. Matthew Swan said "I would like to wish him all the best for the future and to thank him for his contribution to the Ogier Group over the last 30 years."
Picture: Jonathan Hughes and Julie Melia
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