Avelina is a specialist in agricultural and rural property matters, acting for land owners, tenants, landed estates and charities. She enjoys tackling each of the often unique challenges that her clients face, many of which require bespoke solutions. Through her approachability and clear desire to do her best for her clients, she has built up many long-lasting relationships.

As a co-founder of the Agricultural Law Association’s regional North West group, Avelina remains a coordinator of the same. She took her Agricultural Law Association’s Fellowship exams in 2016 and subsequently became one of the first Fellows in the North West.

Having enjoyed a childhood in her family-owned woodlands in Germany, as well as roaming her neighbours’ hop fields and using their tractors as climbing frames, it was inevitable that Avelina would feel at home acting on behalf of farmers and landowners. She now uses slightly larger climbing frames and is a lover of the great outdoors.

Avelina Wright

Avelina Wright


Agricultural Property


  • Sales and purchases of farms, bare land, landed estates and country houses
  • Basic Payments, Countryside Stewardship and other agri-environment schemes (in a context of sales, purchases and leases of land)
  • Easements and covenants
  • Agricultural tenancies and grazing licences
  • Sporting and fishing leases and licences
  • First registrations of land, fishing and sporting rights and mines and mineral rights
  • Protection of manorial rights
  • Overage (clawback) agreements
  • Development agreements, such as option and promotion agreements
  • Renewable energy projects and telecom masts
  • Compulsory purchase powers regarding land and easements


  • 2003 to 2007: LL.B with Honours in Law (European), Class II Division I from the University of Exeter
  • 2006 to 2007: LL.M Magistra der Rechte from the Universität des Saarlandes, Germany
  • 2008 to 2009: Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Distinction) from the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice
  • September 2011: Admitted to the Roll of Solicitors for England and Wales
  • March 2017: Admitted as a Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association