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Susan Roberts
Dispute Resolution

Susan Roberts

Associate Solicitor

Susan joined Mincoffs in 2005, having completed her Legal Practice Course at Northumbria University and qualifying as a solicitor in 2003 with a prominent commercial law firm in Newcastle.

Susan initially graduated from Newcastle University in 1986 with a BA Politics and Social Administration degree. In addition, Susan also obtained a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Newcastle University in 1992. On leaving University Susan first worked as an Administrator for a National Charity for three years and she was then a Lecturer in Business & Management at a local Further Education College for twelve years which included her working on a European educational project for the last two years.

Since qualifying as a solicitor, Susan has over 15 years’ experience of working as a member of the dispute resolution team which includes her development of a significant property litigation caseload.

Susan has a wide range of both property and commercial litigation experience which includes acting for landlords and tenants in respect of commercial lease renewals, breach of covenants in leases, forfeiture, dilapidations and residential property possession matters as well as working on contractual disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, debt recovery as well as insolvency matters.

Susan is also a practiced advocate representing clients at court hearings. She has also developed and maintained excellent working relationships with Counsel and other intermediaries within the region and beyond throughout this period.

Susan who heads the property litigation team is noted in the Legal 500 for her expertise on contractual disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes and insolvency matters.

Whatever the nature of your dispute, for expert legal advice contact:

T: 0191 212 7716sroberts@mincoffs.co.uk

Outstanding and who always has a plan of action and is keen not to waste funds.
Legal 500 2018
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