Law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has appointed Penelope Edgar as its new Head of Agriculture & Rural Property. She will bring her considerable knowledge and experience to helping further strengthen and grow the firm’s already excellent service offering in this sector.
Penny joined Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Commercial Property team in 2015 and has a wealth of experience in delivering practical, expert legal advice to farming businesses and rural landowners. She has an in-depth understanding of the specific challenges and opportunities facing the agricultural community and became a fellow of the Agricultural Law Association in 2018.
The firm’s well respected Agriculture & Rural Property sector is ranked as band one in Kent in the renowned Chambers legal directory. Under Penny’s leadership, the firm has ambitious growth plans for the sector, at a time when the farming industry is undergoing a period of great change.
Commenting on her appointment, Penny Edgar, Head of Agriculture & Rural Property at Thomson Snell & Passmore says: “The agricultural community has been at the heart of the firm since our inception in 1570. It is a vibrant and ever evolving sector and I am looking forward to continuing to support and advise clients in my new role.”