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Sophie Price

Trainee Solicitor

Sophie Price is a Trainee Solicitor currently in the Employment Law department and is based in the Lace Market office.

Approach

Sophie is currently based within the Employment department supporting Natalie Abbott by responding to enquiries, assisting with matters and providing clients with updates on the progress of their matters.

Sophie assists individuals and businesses with a range of employment law matters.

 

 

Career Highlights

  • Legal Assistant, Chan Neill Solicitors 2017-2018
  • Paralegal PA, Mishcon de Reya 2018-2019
  • Joined Rotheras as a Trainee Solicitor 2021

Sophie Price's Experience

Experience

4 years

Qualifications

  • Sophie graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2017 with a first-class LLB degree
  • Achieved a Distinction on her LPC LLM from The University of Law, Moorgate

Awards

Ian Hutton Mooting Prize, 2015

Testimonials

“My experience with Rotheras was an easy and smooth process, regarding a settlement agreement with a previous employer. They helped me understand all the legal jargon and details and made it very clear what the agreement was asking of me and what they would provide in return without it seeming complicated. They were prompt and resolved any issues or queries I had and I found them to be friendly and professional. I would definitely recommend Rotheras to anyone seeking legal advice, even if you've had no experience with a solicitor before, as they're very welcoming and help you to understand everything. ”
E. Jackson

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Sophie Price's Experience

Experience

4 years

Qualifications

  • Sophie graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2017 with a first-class LLB degree
  • Achieved a Distinction on her LPC LLM from The University of Law, Moorgate

Awards

Ian Hutton Mooting Prize, 2015

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