Gina Mattioli

Job Title: Solicitor

Email: g-mattioli@nortonpeskett.co.uk

Telephone: 01603 510904

Location: Norwich

Gina joined Norton Peskett as a trainee solicitor in July 2018. Having attained her law degree, Gina found employment with a Norfolk law firm where she worked for 3 years as a legal assistant and qualified as an Accredited Police Station Representative.

Gina has had a desire to qualify as a solicitor since a young age. The practical experience she obtained enhanced her passion for the law which led to her undertaking her Legal Practice Course and Masters in 2017. Gina continued to work as an accredited representative whilst studying, representing clients in police stations across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Outside of work Gina is never one to shy away from a challenge, and in fact thrives on pushing herself out of her comfort zone. As a result to date she has completed the London Marathon and skydived.

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