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Mark is a Director and an experienced agricultural property solicitor who specialises in the sale and acquisition of farms, estates, woodland and rural residential property. Mark also deals with agricultural tenancies, commercial lettings of rural property, re-financing and general estate management matters.

About Mark

Mark grew up in Cumbria and graduated with a degree in law from Durham University in 2005. He qualified as a solicitor in 2008 with the firm of Dickinson Dees LLP in Newcastle and spent 6 years with the agriculture team there before returning to Cumbria and joining Cartmell Shepherd in 2014.

Mark is a member of the Agricultural Law Association.

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Leading legal firm trio receive prestigious accolade

October 2nd 2020

A TRIO of expert lawyers from a leading law firm which operates across Cumbria and Northumberland have been highlighted for praise in UK professional rankings. Three members of Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors’ Agriculture and Estates team have received the accolade from the Legal 500 which analyses the capabilities of law firms…

New director appointed to board at leading legal firm

May 31st 2019

ONE of Cumbria’s leading legal firms has appointed a new director, as its farming and agriculture department moves from strength to strength. Mark Jackson becomes the youngest member of Cartmell Shepherd’s board at the age of 35, bringing the number of top table representatives to nine. …

Farmers can’t afford to bury their heads in the sand over making a Will

August 4th 2020

FARMERS have so much to deal with that tackling paperwork is never likely to be top of their agenda. But the coronavirus outbreak has been a wake-up call that there’s some tasks they simply can’t afford to bury at the bottom of their “to do” pile. Many farmers have been…

Farmers can’t afford to bury their heads in the sand over making a Will

August 6th 2020

FARMERS have so much to deal with that tackling paperwork is never likely to be top of their agenda. But the coronavirus outbreak has been a wake-up call that there’s some tasks they simply can’t afford to bury at the bottom of their “to do” pile. Many farmers have been…