Kirsten Rimmer, commercial property and agricultural law specialist, has joined Kimbells Freeth, the Milton Keynes office of the national law firm, Freeth Cartwright LLP, as a senior associate in the real estate team.
With over 17 years’ experience, Kirsten has previously headed up commercial property and agricultural teams and has particular expertise dealing with green issues, such as anaerobic digestate agreements.
In 2012, she was awarded Fellowship from the Agricultural Law Association. With only 75 Fellows in the country, Kirsten is now one of three members of the firm, alongside Esther Stirling and Sarah Duffy from our Oxford office, Henmans Freeth, to hold this prestigious accolade.
As a Fellow, Kirsten is able to offer clients an overview of all agricultural and rural matters including property, tax, tenancy, and succession issues.
Managing partner of the Milton Keynes office, Jonathan Hambleton, commented: ‘We are delighted that Kirsten has joined the team – her arrival not only adds further weight to our already strong real estate team but also allows us to extend our offer into the local agricultural and rural market.’
Kirsten said: ‘I believe the firm will provide the perfect platform for me to continue to offer strong commercial property advice and I look forward to developing the firm’s agricultural offer.’