BUILDING A TEAM
Roger Miller left school before his A Levels and started working with Albert Curtis in the legal department of a bank. He studied for his law degree one day a week and by the time he qualified at 27, already had ten years of work experience behind him. Having joined Curtis in 1976, Roger is now a consultant and realizes the importance of relationships with clients but also of building a strong team. For a solicitor to be good at that their job you have to be a people person and interact with people. Making Curtis Whiteford Crocker a nice place to work is something that clients notice. Admitted as a Solicitor in 1986.
COMMERCIAL LITIGATION AND INSOLVENCY
Having started in a bank’s in-house legal department, a lot of Roger’s early work dealt with debt recovery and money security management. Today the vast majority of his work deals with company & personal insolvency and the recovery of money and assets. Here his own experience of running a business helps. He’s helped build a small Curtis team into a firm now employing more than 50 people.
OUTSIDE THE LAW
For many years Roger’s family has competed on show horses at a top level. He still has a couple of horses and a menagerie of six dogs and seven cats. On the human side there are three children and one grandchild. He’s also a confessed petrol head.