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George Cokkinos

Paralegal

George Cokkinos is a Paralegal in Rotheras’ Employment Law and Dispute Resolution departments and is based at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham city centre.

George Cokkinos

Approach

George provides initial legal advice to individuals and businesses on a range of employment law matters and assists Employment Law Senior Associate Natalie Abbott on a variety of tasks. He prides himself on providing straightforward, honest advice to clients and keeping them updated at all stages of their matter.

George understands that clients experiencing employment issues may be feeling stressed and anxious, so it is important to him to build a relationship with clients and put them at ease.

George also supports the dispute resolution team with new client matters and provides initial advice to clients regarding litigation matters.

Career Highlights

  • George worked as a paralegal in Sheffield for a national law firm from 2019-2020
  • Between 2020 and 2021 George worked for a London-based law firm as a paralegal
  • In 2021 George joined a global law practice with offices in Nottingham as a paralegal in financial services disputes
  • George has also worked for a Nottingham-based law firm as a paralegal in the debt recovery and dispute resolution departments

George Cokkinos's Experience

Experience

2 1/2 years

Qualifications

  • George completed his degree in Law at Nottingham Trent University, graduating in 2019
  • George completed his LPC at Nottingham Law School between 2019 and 2021

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George Cokkinos's Experience

Experience

2 1/2 years

Qualifications

  • George completed his degree in Law at Nottingham Trent University, graduating in 2019
  • George completed his LPC at Nottingham Law School between 2019 and 2021
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