Suzanne Middleton Lindsley is a Partner in the Property team. She has broad experience in commercial property but notably in investment, development and property finance. She has experience in dealing with Sharia’a compliant transactions.
Suzanne joined Druces LLP in 2003 and became a partner in October 2006. Suzanne’s outside interests include entertaining, horses, country pursuits and interior design.
In Legal 500, 2019 Suzanne is recognised as part of the property finance team who ‘demonstrate an excellent technical ability, are thorough and methodical, and best of all are an absolute pleasure to deal with’. Suzanne is also recognised for her work on commercial property, specifically when she advised Equinix on a data centre acquisition alongside Karen Chapman. In previous editions of the Legal 500, Suzanne has been described as “a bright lawyer with a clear no-nonsense approach” and as“very personable and friendly“.
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