Meet the newest member of our Civil Litigation team

Solicitor Gemma Nolan recently joined our Civil Litigation team in the firm's Portsmouth office. We asked her some questions to get to know her better.

 Gemma Nolan, SolicitorWho am I?
Gemma Nolan, Solicitor.

What do I do?

I work in Civil Litigation.

What can I help you with?

I can help with General litigation disputes, alternative dispute resolution and contentious insolvency.

What do I like most about my job?

I like that every day is different, and each client presents me with different challenges, as well as the satisfaction of guiding someone through a dispute and getting a great outcome.

What are my hobbies?

Other than looking after two small children, I try to make time for sewing, cooking and have recently taken up running so can be seen puffing along the streets!

Why did you decide to train to be a solicitor?

After studying Law at university, I really enjoyed applying the law and helping clients. Although, honestly, Ally McBeal had a lot to do with it!

If you didn’t decide to become a Lawyer, what would have done instead?

I think I would have liked to become a travel writer and get paid to see lots of fantastic places.

How can you get in touch with me?

You can contact me at the Portsmouth Office.


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