Catherine qualified as a Solicitor in 2010, after completing her Law degree at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne and Legal Practice Course at Northumbria University.

Catherine qualified as a Solicitor at Alderson Dodds Solicitors in Blyth, Northumberland focusing on general civil litigation matters and legal aid work. Since 2011, Catherine worked at Winn Solicitors, Newcastle Upon Tyne, working predominantly in Personal Injury litigation, advising and representing clients through the whole litigation process to Trial. Since 2014, Catherine worked as a supervising Solicitor at Winn Solicitors supervising a small team on more complex aspects of Road Traffic litigation.

Catherine joined Oglethorpe Sturton & Gillibrand LLP in January 2019 and is excited to continue to broaden her litigation experience. Catherine can advise on many areas of civil litigation including property disputes, breach of contract claims, consumer issues and contentious probate.

In her spare time, Catherine enjoys spending time with her young family in and around the Lake District.

Catherine Roberts

Catherine Roberts




  • Debt Claims including disputed debt and enforcement proceedings
  • Breach of Contract Claims
  • Property Disputes including neighbour and boundary disputes, property title issues, covenant and easement disputes
  • Consumer Disputes including sale of defective goods and services
  • Professional Negligence Claims
  • Contentious Probate matters


  • 2000 -2003- University of Newcastle upon Tyne, LLB Law (hons) class 2.1
  • 2005-2007- Legal Practice Course, Northumbria University (Commendation) studied part time whilst working as a paralegal at Browell Smith and Co Solicitors.
  • 2008-2010- Training Contract at Alderson Dodds (now Alderson Law), Blyth, Northumberland
  • 2010- Admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in England and Wales