Jennifer is a Senior Associate Property Litigation Specialist; based at our Liverpool and Preston offices. She has over 10 years’ property litigation experience; acting for commercial landlords and tenants, property managing agents, private individuals and social housing landlords.
Jennifer always strives to achieve the best and most commercially viable outcome for clients; whether that outcome is achieved by way of litigation; mediation or negotiation.
Jennifer regularly advises commercial landlords and tenants in respect of a variety of issues including general lease/land disputes, lease renewals, 1954 Act issues, break notices, forfeiture, lease breaches, dilapidations claims, trespassers and commercial rent arrears.
She also has vast experience in residential property issues, including Section 20 consultation requirements and disputes, ground rent and service charge recovery issues, forfeiture proceedings, general residential property disputes and residential evictions.
Jennifer regularly represents clients in the County Court and Tribunal.
Jennifer was previously employed as a Principal Associate in the property litigation and social housing team at Weightmans LLP; until she joined Napthens in May 2022.
She qualified as a solicitor in 2014 after studying via the CILEX route, whilst working as a paralegal and was the highest scoring student on the post graduate LPC course at LJMU.
More about Jennifer Rogers
What is your proudest achievement?
Being a mum to my 2 young children. Watching the excitement in their faces on special occasions or when they discover something new is my greatest pleasure.
How do you like to relax out of work?
I am, unashamedly, a massive Disney and Harry Potter fan and so a lot of time is spent watching our favourite films with my children, drawing characters and planning what our family would do on a day out to Walt Disney World.
What would go in your Room 101?
Bad weather, rudeness and avocados.
What aspect of your job do you find most rewarding?
Reporting to a client that we achieved their ‘best case scenario’ outcome.