Meet the team – Lorna Peters
Welcome to the seventh in our series of team interviews. Each month, we’ll be asking a member of our team to tell us more about them and their involvement with rradar. This month, it’s time to hear about solicitor Lorna Peters.
How and when did you first become involved with rradar?
I joined rradar in February 2016 after being offered a position in the litigation department through a recruitment agency.
Who/what was the biggest influence on your decision to work at rradar?
Once I found out more about the firm and on meeting some of the people at rradar, I knew I wanted to work here
What was your first impression of the company?
Everyone was so welcoming and friendly. I was made to feel at ease and part of the team.
What have you found to be the most surprising/challenging aspect of working for rradar?
I knew before I started at rradar the variety and range of work that rradar assist with. I was ready for the challenge and am enjoying the challenges that come with it.
What would you tell someone who is thinking about working for rradar?
I would say without hesitation, ‘go for it’
How do you see rradar developing over the next five years?
Rradar have already achieved so much in the three years since it has started. With the company growing at the pace it is, I can only see great things ahead for rradar
If you weren’t working for rradar, what would you be doing instead?
Applying to work for rradar
How would someone describe you?
Loyal, good listener, a source of support
Surprise us with a little-known fact about you and/or your profession
I knew for a long time that I wanted to go into law. In my year 11 school leavers book, under ‘most likely to be in 10 years’ my answer was ‘a barrister’. Whilst I am not too far off and having never studied law until university, I am proud of what I have achieved and where I am today.
What inspires you that you think other people should know?
I am always wanting to learn more, to better myself and to be good at what I do
What do you do when you aren’t working?
I can been seen with my friends or family – more often than not trying a new restaurant or going to one of my favourites.
You’re on a desert island and you can take one album, one book and one film with you. What do you take?
Album: Fleetwood Mac, The Best of. Their songs will never get old
Book: The Old Woman and her pig. This was a book I loved as a child but can’t remember what actually happens. It would be nice to relive that bit of my childhood.
Film: anything Disney. You can’t beat a good sing-a-long