Cherie McBean

Cherie joined Gilson Gray in 2023 from one of the North East’s largest firms, where she spent nearly a decade working with residential property clients alongside a central role in the senior management team. As a solicitor, Cherie has a wealth of experience in handling a breadth of residential property instructions including property sales and purchases, land acquisitions and disposals, transfers, title defects, leases, remortgages, shared ownership staircasing etc. Having worked with a wide range of client including private individuals, charities, trusts, estates, and landlords, Cherie has a unique understanding of how to deliver an excellent service to our clients. Within her new role as Partner, Cherie plays a key role in leading the 100-strong team of residential lawyers at Gilson Gray’s Lincoln branch and helping to develop its people and processes, nurturing relationships with our referrers and intermediaries, and leading the delivery a world-class service to our clients. Cherie is responsible for all service deliverables within Gilson Gray England.


    With many years’ experience as a conveyancer and solicitor, Cherie in experienced in dealing with various matters. Her personal service, attention to detail and ability to think practically helped Cherie build a solid and varied client base including acting for a high street building society as their recommended solicitor, acting for local charities and trusts, and high net worth individuals.

    Whilst building up her expertise, Cherie found a passion in leading volume conveyancing teams through a tough and challenging market. Utilising skills and experience from previous roles, Cherie has a track record in implementing initiatives to improve the client experience and journey, develop and promote people, and deliver a first class service to professional partners and intermediaries. This includes developing, building and launching a comprehensive case management system - significantly improving the client experience and improving the speed in which the conveyancing transaction could be completed.