Will Norton

Trainee Solicitor

Will is a trainee solicitor in the firm’s Dispute Resolution team based in Brighton & Hove. Will graduated from Nottingham Law School with first class honours in Law, which he studied for on a part time basis whilst working full time. Will joined our Probate Team in 2014 from the Probate Registry in Brighton and then started his training contract in September 2017.  His first seat was within the Residential Property team in Uckfield.

Will’s clients

Will works for private individuals and commercial clients who are seeking help in resolving a dispute.  His work varies widely from landlord and tenant disputes, contractual disputes through to possession proceedings relating to residential and commercial properties.

Experience and approach

Will has an understanding and friendly approach and works with his clients throughout their transaction ensuring that they are kept up to date.

With Will’s approach to client care his clients feel informed and confident throughout the process and are left feeling at ease during what can inevitably be a very stressful time.

Areas of expertise

  • Landlord & Tenant disputes
  • Contractual disputes
  • Professional negligence claims
  • Misrepresentation claims
  • Consumer issues including claims under the Consumer Credit Act 1974
  • Claims under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (TOLATA)

What Will’s clients say

“I just wanted to say thanks for all your help with this difficult matter – you have always been a consummate professional, friendly, impartial, helpful and with great attention to detail” – Mr A, Hove

“Will Norton managed a complex probate initiative on my behalf. Will achieved success with this complicated undertaking in a highly professional manner with patience, consideration and expertise. Will kept me informed at every juncture, and fully understood the obstacles, impacts and necessary mitigations to achieve the required result. I have every confidence in Will and would not hesitate to call on his legal services again.” – Mr P, Southampton