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Joanne Derbyshire

Solicitor

Joanne Derbyshire is a Solicitor in Rotheras’ conveyancing department and is based at our Beeston office.

Joanne Derbyshire

Approach

As part of the conveyancing department, Joanne deals with client enquiries and any questions that clients may have. She is able to advise them in respect of any paperwork they receive, provide updates on the progress of their matter and prepare legal documents.

Career Highlights

  • Joanne has previously worked at JK Law in Derby as a trainee paralegal in their Personal Injury (RTA) department for 6 months in 2018
  • Started as a receptionist/administrator role with Rotheras in September 2018, based at the Beeston branch
  • From there she began working as a Legal Secretary in the Family Law department in November 2018 and later as a Family Law Assistant in March 2019
  • Joanne started her Training Contract with us in September 2019
  • Joanne qualified as a solicitor in December 2021

Joanne Derbyshire's Experience

Qualifications

  • Joanne graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2017 with a 2:1 LLB degree
  • Joanne started the part-time LPC LLM at Nottingham Law School in 2018, which she completed in 2021

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Joanne Derbyshire's Experience

Qualifications

  • Joanne graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2017 with a 2:1 LLB degree
  • Joanne started the part-time LPC LLM at Nottingham Law School in 2018, which she completed in 2021
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