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Lincoln Nelson



Property & Construction

Lincoln joined Glenville Walker in July 2022 starting out as a trainee at the firm. He is now a Solicitor in the Property & Construction department.

Born and raised in south Manchester, Lincoln studied law at the University of Liverpool in 2017.

During his final study year Lincoln carried out work experience at Glenville Walker and Partners, here he gained invaluable experience at the firm working as a Legal Assistant. After completing his law degree, Lincoln undertook his LPC with a Masters in Law and Business, which he has now completed.

In July 2021, Lincoln joined Glenville Walker and Partners as a Paralegal and during his time here he has assisted in a number of legal matters that span a variety of sectors such as Property Law, Employment Law and Litigation.

During January 2024, through hard work and dedication Lincoln progressed as a Trainee and qualified as a Solicitor, joining the Property and Construction department on a permanent basis much to the management teams delight.

Outside of work Lincoln is a lover of all things sport, particularly his beloved Manchester United Football Club, and he can often be found on the golf course.

His career aspiration is to be a qualified solicitor and he hopes that with further training and support he can achieve this goal soon.


I just wanted to say thank you for the diligent efforts of Ruby Briscoe in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team. She, along with all at Glenville Walker have acted professionally, with both patience and courtesy during this period. The team have successfully resolved our case despite all the hurdles thrown in front of them. Thank you for all your efforts throughout and rest assured should we require the assistance of legal professionals in the future, we will be in touch.

Barry Simpson, Director


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