About Kirsty

Kirsty graduated in Law from the University of Manchester in 2009 and went on to complete the accelerated part time Legal Practice Course at The College of Law in Manchester (now the University of Law) in 2012 whilst working full time as a Legal Assistant. Kirsty worked and lived in the North West and has 6 years civil litigation experience in the defendant motor fraud sector. She qualified as a solicitor in March 2015.

Kirsty joined the Dispute Resolution team in her home city of Sheffield in August 2016, assisting Simon Lockley and Rob Cooke with a wide variety of commercial and contractual disputes. She became a Senior Solicitor in March 2017 and an Associate in April 2019.

When not at work

Kirsty enjoys craft projects and upcycling furniture. She also enjoys pilates, holidays and city breaks, going to music and comedy gigs and anything and everything vintage, ranging from tea sets to 1950’s style dresses.

Professional Societies

  • Member of The Law Society


Sectors that Kirsty is involved in:


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Do we have a deal? Making sure that you are putting an end to a dispute

Banks look to set up a dispute resolution service as the Financial Ombudsman Service extends its remit

Some of the UK's biggest banks are considering what they can do to support businesses after new measures have been brought in by the FOS

Pencil iconBy Kirsty Coggin on 4th April 2019

New Homes: Can the supply meet the demand?

Finding an amicable solution to boundary disputes – how to give an inch without feeling like your neighbour has taken a mile

Most land in England and Wales is registered with general boundaries that show the extent of the land.

Pencil iconBy Kirsty Coggin on 11th October 2018

Adverse Possession

Can a Landlord effect service of a notice on a tenant by email?

If you are in the business of renting residential property you will be aware of the numerous formalities involved and will, most likely, have ensured

Pencil iconBy Kirsty Coggin on 17th September 2018

Do we have a deal? Making sure that you are putting an end to a dispute

When shareholders and directors ‘fall out’

It is a fact of life that the people who run and own a Company, the directors and shareholders, will sometimes ‘fall out’ or find

Pencil iconBy Kirsty Coggin on 21st August 2018

New Homes: Can the supply meet the demand?

Majority of new home owners happy with their new build home

Results from the latest Home Builders Federation (‘HBF’) Consumer Satisfaction Survey show the overwhelming majority of new home buyers are happy with their new home

Pencil iconBy Kirsty Coggin on 20th April 2017

Supreme Court decision restricts landlord’s right to terminate lease 1

How do you establish intention under the LTA 1954 grounds (f) and (g)?

Section 30(1) of the LTA 1954 sets out the grounds on which a landlord can oppose a lease renewal.

Pencil iconBy Kirsty Coggin on 3rd March 2017

What are the land purchase options for housebuilders and developers?

Should Mayors decide whether to build on green belt land?

IPPR North, the Institute for Public Policy Research think tank for the North of England, has suggested that mayors should be granted the power to

Pencil iconBy Kirsty Coggin on 11th November 2016


Graduated from The University of Manchester

Began working at Keoghs LLP as an assistant

Completed part time accelerated Legal Practice Course at The College of Law and became a Fee earner with a full and varied motor fraud caseload

Began training contract

Qualified as a solicitor

Joined Lupton Fawcett in the Dispute Management Team

Promoted to Senior Solicitor

Promoted to Associate

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