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Norwich solicitor follows in her father’s footsteps

PUBLISHED: 09:20 17 April 2014 | UPDATED: 09:21 17 April 2014

Claire Etheridge and father

Claire Etheridge and father

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Claire Etheridge is proud to be following in her father’s footsteps after joining Norwich law firm Rogers and Norton as a solicitor.

The former Wymondham College student studied business law at Sheffield Hallam University before doing her

legal practice course at Sheffield University.

Claire, 25, of Brundall, completed a two-year training contract with Rogers and Norton and has now joined the company as a solicitor in its residential conveyancing department.

She said she was delighted to be joining the same firm as her father Richard who is the managing-director.

“Me and my dad have a very good relationship and he has got a lot of knowledge and is great to learn from,” she said.

Her father, who joined the Willow Lane firm in 1984, said: “I am delighted that Claire is continuing in my footsteps having joined Rogers and Norton in its conveyancing department - this was where I started in 1984.”

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