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Rosamund Evans

Rosamund Evans

Lecturer

Nottingham Law School

Role

Rosamund Evans, Lecturer at Nottingham Law School.

Rosamund is engaged in postgraduate and undergraduate teaching predominantly of Wills and trusts law and legal professional skills on the solicitors' professional qualification training and LLB and LLM programmes.

Career overview

Rosamund has practised as a solicitor since 1990 specialising in estate administration and trusts, care of elderly and vulnerable persons and Court of Protection issues. She has previously held roles in several national Legal 500 law firms and as head of a private client team in a regional firm. In 2008 she founded a specialist private client law practice.

Rosamund  is a full member of the international Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and was awarded the STEP Diploma in Trust and Estate Administration (England and Wales) by examination in 2004. She is an accredited member and regional director of Solicitors For The Elderly (SFE).

Previously she has been an appointed consultant on behalf of Royal Mencap and a tutor for CILEX Law School.

Research areas

Rosamund is interested in mental capacity issues and barriers to access to legal services for elderly and vulnerable persons.  Rosamund is also interested in legal rights surrounding  later life and end of life care.

External activity

Rosamund is the Regional Director of  Solicitors For The Elderly Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire branch.