New appointments for Rogers and Norton
We are delighted to announce the arrival of three new members of our team.
Experienced fee earner starts in Commercial Property
We are pleased to have appointed Paul Oldershaw into our Commercial Property Team in Norwich. Paul has many years’ experience and brings a wealth of knowledge to strengthen our Property Team.
Paul graduated with a degree in Law and Economics from Keele University before completing a post graduate diploma in Legal Practice. He qualified as a Solicitor in 2003 and has specialised in Commercial property since then.
His vast knowledge and experience includes property development, advising business occupiers of office, retail and industrial property, agriculture, property investors, licenced trade and secured lending.
The Legal 500 describes Paul as “patient, helpful with incredible attention to detail”.
If you need any Commercial Property advice then please contact Paul on 01603 675622 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Trainee Solicitors
Jack Crosthwaite and Chloe Tooley join as new Trainee Solicitors and will commence their training with Peter Hastings in our Litigation Team and Richard Etheridge in Company & Commercial Team respectively.
Jack graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a Law degree in 2019 before completing the Legal Practice Course and Masters also at Manchester.
Jack’s interests include football and fitness including amateur boxing where he represented Attleborough Boxing Club over several years. He has even competed internationally and won a gold medal boxing in Finland!
Chloe graduated from University of Sheffield with a Law degree, which included a year studying in The Netherlands at the University of Groningen. She then completed the Legal Practice Course in Sheffield before taking a role as a Litigation Paralegal dealing with damage claims on behalf of a large UK corporation.
Chloe’s interests include dancing and performing arts achieving high grades through the International Dance Teacher’s Association. Singing and art are also keen interests.
The appointment of an experienced fee earner and two new trainees is very positive news as we continue to grow and strengthen our team.
In a challenging year for everyone, Rogers and Norton has adapted and progressed with projects to increase efficiencies and to ensure excellent client care. This is testament to our staff and their hard work and efforts over the past year.