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Kirsty Stening

Solicitor

Kirsty Stening is a solicitor in Rotheras’ Commercial Property team and is based at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham city centre.

Specialisms

  • Commercial leases
  • Landlord and tenant

Approach

Kirsty can assist clients with a range of commercial property matters and specialises in commercial leases, including lease terms, as well as landlord and tenant work.

Kirsty’s strength is the relationship she builds with clients; she is approachable and personable but also driven and tenacious. She finds it important to build trust with clients, identifying their wants and needs quickly and addressing any concerns to find solutions for them.

Career Highlights

  • Kirsty worked as a paralegal in Shakespeare Martineaus’ Retail Property team from 2016-2017
  • In 2017 Kirsty joined Elliott Mather as a paralegal in their Commercial Property department, before being offered a training contract with the firm in 2019. Upon qualifying in April 2021, Kirsty worked as a solicitor in the Commercial Property team.
  • Kirsty joined Rotheras in August 2021

Kirsty Stening's Experience

Experience

5 years

Qualifications

  • Kirsty started her LLB degree at Nottingham Trent University in 2006 and graduated in 2010
  • Kirsty received her LPC with commendation at Nottingham Law School in 2013

Positions Held

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Kirsty Stening's Experience

Experience

5 years

Qualifications

  • Kirsty started her LLB degree at Nottingham Trent University in 2006 and graduated in 2010
  • Kirsty received her LPC with commendation at Nottingham Law School in 2013

Positions Held

Solicitor
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