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Emma Willoughby

Partner

London

Willoughby Emma
Emma Willoughby

Partner

London

Emma advises investors, owner/occupiers, developers, lenders and financiers on all aspects of commercial and residential real estate transactions across numerous sectors, including developments and financings, sales and purchases of direct and indirect real estate investments, and lettings acting for both landlords and tenants – including on HQ relocations, developments and financings.

Her particular specialisations include institutional investment and acquisitions, real estate vehicles and joint venture structures. She has wide ranging experience advising sponsors and funders on numerous complex development and acquisition financings.

Emma is recognised by Legal 500 UK 2020 as a “Key Lawyer” and “Next Generation Partner” respectively in the “Commercial Property – Corporate Occupiers” and “Commercial Property – Investment” categories where she is referred to as “Well-regarded Counsel, Emma Willoughby” before recently becoming Partner.

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Expertise

Practices

Banking and Finance

Real Estate

Sectors

Real Estate

Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2007

Academic

2i in English Literature from Durham University 

Commendation in the PgDL at BPP Law School, 2004

Distinction in the LPC at BPP Law School, 2005