Advocate Nadine Roberts has rejoined Corlett Bolton in the firm’s Port St Mary office.
Nadine started her legal career at Corlett Bolton, gaining a wealth of experience in a wide range of practice areas including landlord and tenant law, residential and commercial conveyancing, alcohol licensing and commercial law.
After leaving Corlett Bolton in 2010 Nadine further widened her skillset becoming a general practice lawyer with a focus on employment law, civil litigation and private client service. Having worked on some complex cases Nadine has appeared before several tribunals and the High Court.
For four years she was heavily involved in the day-to-day operation of a mental health receivership described by Deemster Corlett as ‘unusually complex, high value’, liaising with institutions and authorities in the United Kingdom and Spain.
Last year Nadine became a Notary, adding to her range of services.
Director of Corlett Bolton Sally Bolton said: ‘I’m delighted to welcome Nadine back to the Corlett Bolton family. She is very hard-working, always professional and delivers the high standard of service our clients expect. Nadine has a wealth of experience and knowledge which are welcome additions to our expanding team.’
Nadine added: ‘It’s lovely to be back at Corlett Bolton and I’m excited to be working with some of the firm’s long-standing clients, as well as many new faces. The company has grown dramatically since I left and I’m looking forward to getting to know everyone across the three offices.’