Sara Lockton


Sara Lockton is a Paralegal in the residential conveyancing department at Rotheras and is based at our West Bridgford office.


As part of the Conveyancing team Sara assists Michelle Young and Kerry Brown in dealing with clients on the buying and selling process, liaising with clients, mortgage lenders, estate agents and solicitors and dealing with post completion matters

Career Highlights

  • Having left the British Army, Sara started her legal career in a small firm in Yorkshire in 1994 as a Legal PA and has worked for firms in Hull and Leeds before moving to Cyprus in 2004.
  • She continued working remotely as a virtual secretary for a solicitor based in Oxford
  • Sara joined Rothera Dowson in February 2015, prior to the firm merging with Sharp Young and Pearce in 2016 to become Rothera Sharp
  • Before joining the conveyancing team in 2018, Sara worked in the Wills and Probate department for 3 years


“I can't thank you all enough at Rothera Sharp conveyancing West Bridgford. Moving house l don't do very often and hope not to do again , but who knows, if l did l would most certainly come back to you! Service with a smile and help when I've needed it in a friendly environment was what you provided, thank you so very much it meant such a lot when you don't always know as a vendor what information etc. you as solicitors require. You made the process so easy for me and would most certainly recommend Rothera Sharp to anyone requiring solicitors. ”
Penelope Birchmore

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Sara Lockton's Experience


  • In 2002 Sara completed her CILEx Level 3 Certificate in Law and Practice

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