Lindsey Nolan

Senior Associate Solicitor

Get to know me...

I am very proud to come from an agricultural background; my father and two brothers run our family dairy farm in Northern Ireland. I believe that coming from this background has equipped me with an awareness of the importance of timescales and ensuring that client objectives are understood clearly and their objectives are delivered. I understand how important it is for a family farm to be fully understood by a professional representative in order to give tailored advice, examples include the day-to-day running of the farm, the ownership structures, and any areas of diversification.

Family farms are often in families for generations and all farming families aim to secure the future viability of the farm. This is why continuity of representation from a law firm and the professionals within it, who have been dealing with the farm business throughout the years, is invaluable.

Practice Areas

Residential Property

Office Location



Farming and Rural Land

Practice Areas

Residential Property

Office Location



Farming and Rural Land

Accreditations & Certifications

I qualified in 2013, having trained and practiced in Northern Ireland until I relocated to England in early 2015. During my training contract, I developed an interest in Conveyancing, finding that I enjoyed progressing matters from start to finish whilst keeping open good lines of communication with not just clients, but other professionals involved in the matter.

I joined Goughs Solicitors in 2017 and became an Associate Solicitor in 2019 and a Senior Associate in 2023.

Annual CQS accreditation

Member of the Farming Community Network


I deal with lease extensions, negotiated both informally and formally.

I have dealt with a number of complex Transfers of Part of Title and Deeds of Easement.

I am a member of the Goughs Farming Sector.

Testimonials from clients

My greatest achievement

I am proud to have become an Associate Solicitor within two years of joining Goughs.

From a personal perspective, I enjoy volunteering for charity events whenever I can and I am a member of the Farming Community Network which is a voluntary organisation and charity that supports the farming community with personal and business-related issues.

Supported by

I am supported by Lisa Middleton, who joined Goughs in March 2020 having come from a medical administration background and has quickly become a very valued member of the Residential property team! Please feel free to contact Lisa via

“Friendly, attentive, professional.”

What I like about working for Goughs

Goughs are a forward thinking law firm, with traditional values but a modern approach. They encourage autonomy whilst also providing a support network that allows growth and progression.

My Latest Articles

The King’s Speech 2023 – Leasehold Reform Bill

Partnership Agreements and your Farm Business

Extending the lease on your leasehold property. Should you do it?

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