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Amie Hardy

Paralegal

Amie Hardy is a paralegal in Rotheras’ Commercial Property department and is based at our Lace Market office.

Amie Hardy

Approach

Amie assists Commercial Property Associate Luke Tattersall-Smith on a variety of commercial property matters, as well as dealing with new client enquiries.

Amie prides herself on providing a personable, proactive approach to clients. She ensures that clients are kept updated throughout all stages of their transaction and understand what they are entering into. Amie is committed to building relationships with clients by providing a transparent and jargon-less approach.

Having worked in several client-centric roles, Amie understands the importance of providing exceptional client care.

Career Highlights

  • Whilst at university, Amie worked as a Student Legal Adviser at Nottingham Law School’s Legal Advice Centre, and was a volunteer at the Personal Support Unit
  • Amie previously worked as an account executive for Lexis Nexis where she was responsible for the management of accounts and assisted with commercial negotiations
  • In 2020 Amie joined a local law firm as a Conveyancing Assistant in their Residential Conveyancing/Newbuild department, before transferring to their Commercial Property department in 2021 where she worked as a Paralegal
  • Amie joined Rotheras as a Commercial Property Paralegal in March 2022

Amie Hardy's Experience

Qualifications

  • Amie completed her LLB degree at Nottingham Trent University, graduating in 2018
  • Amie completed her Master of Laws/LPC at Nottingham Law School, graduating in 2019

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Amie Hardy's Experience

Qualifications

  • Amie completed her LLB degree at Nottingham Trent University, graduating in 2018
  • Amie completed her Master of Laws/LPC at Nottingham Law School, graduating in 2019
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