DMH Stallard’s makes ‘superb’ real estate hire

DMH Stallard’s real estate team has welcomed the firm’s latest partner appointment to the Gatwick office. Jo Rovery joins from Knights and is the fourth partner hire at DMH Stallard in 2022.

Her experience is extensive having advised the broadest spectrum of clients on a range of commercial real estate and banking matters.

Tina George, Head of Real Estate at DMH Stallard, said:

“Jo brings a superb track record with her that will undoubtedly strengthen our regional practice.

“I’m looking forward to working with her as we continue to meet the ever-growing demand for the highest quality advice from clients in the southeast and wider UK.”

Jo has acted for private and corporate property investors, developers, charities, traders, retailers, banks and pension funds.

Jo Rovery said:

“I’m very excited to be joining DMH Stallard and having the opportunity to work with the outstanding clients that the firm advises.

“The firm’s real estate offering is second to none and I can’t wait to add my own expertise and experience to the stellar team of lawyers that I’ll be working alongside.”  

DMH Stallard is a UK Top 100 law firm employing over 300 staff across six offices in London, Surrey and Sussex.

About the authors

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Jo Rovery


Advises private and corporate investors, developers, charities, traders, retailers, banks and pension funds on commercial real estate and banking.
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Tina George


Specialist in managing complex property portfolios and disputes including statutory freehold acquisitions and lease extension claims.

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