Joshua Morley

Trainee Solicitor

Joshua Morley is a Trainee Solicitor currently in the Commercial Property department and is based in the Lace Market office.


Joshua assists in a wide range of commercial property matters including developments, leasehold and freehold acquisitions and disposals, sales and purchases of registered and unregistered land, commercial mortgages, commercial leases for landlords and tenants, lease extensions, and complex Land Registry applications.

Joshua also has a keen interest in the firm’s business development activities and will be attending networking events on behalf of the firm with an aim to building business links with other professionals within the Nottinghamshire area. Joshua also takes great pride in his charitable work.

During his time at university, Joshua was involved in a broad range of pro bono work with the Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Centre offering free advice to those in need in our society.

Career Highlights

  • Joshua began his career in law as a paralegal in Residential Property at Nelsons Solicitors in June 2017
  • He subsequently became a paralegal in Commercial Property at Nelsons Solicitors in December 2017
  • Began his training contract with Rotheras in September 2019

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Joshua Morley's Experience


  • Joshua graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2017 with a First Class LLB degree
  • Joshua also obtained a Distinction on the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School, and is currently completing his LLM degree

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