Nottingham solicitors, Rothera Sharp

Nottingham solicitors, Rothera Sharp, offer a dedicated, pro-active legal service to both businesses and individuals across the East Midlands and beyond and have been providing high-quality legal advice for close to 200 years. We are also widely recognised for assisting clients with Transport Law and Motoring Offences. Visit our dedicated website – Keep Me on the Road

Rothera Sharp solicitors offer you a proactive and forward thinking approach – supporting and guiding you through the legal maze. We pride ourselves on the level of expertise available and the personal service we deliver to our clients, creating long-lasting relationships built on trust.

Our aim is simple – to bring you straight-talking legal advice that brings the best outcome for you. We are open and honest about costs and pay careful consideration to both the solutions you need and the financial implications you face.

We are proud of our network of offices across Nottingham with Solicitors available in Nottingham, Arnold, Beeston, Burton Joyce, Long Eaton, Mapperley, West Bridgford, and Wollaton

Take a look at the range of ways our Nottingham Solicitors can help you and/or your business. If you would like further information, contact our Solicitors now without obligation on Nottingham 0800 088 6280 or

We are committed to the needs of vulnerable clients. Click here to read more.

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