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Alice Willoughby is a paralegal on the medical negligence team at Pryers Solicitors.

Study

Alice graduated from the University of Leicester in 2019 with a First-Class Degree in Law.

Whilst studying at university, she also worked as an Administrator in the University Legal Advice Clinic. This involved providing free legal advice to members of the public. For her time in the Legal Advice Clinic, Alice was awarded the best Administrator award for 2016/17. She also won the 2016 Legal Advice Competition and was the recipient of a number of other academic awards.

Career

Alice joined Pryers as a paralegal on the medical negligence team in September 2019.

She represents clients in a diverse range of clinical negligence claims and enjoys the variety that this brings to her role. She also assists senior members of her team with the investigation and progression of complex medical negligence claims, including those involving:

Outside Work

Alice was born and raised in a small village in the Yorkshire Wolds. She has since moved into the centre of York and loves living in such a historical and vibrant city.

In her free time she enjoys singing, after she was responsible for running the choir whilst at university. She also enjoys swimming, which she used to do competitively, but now just does to keep fit.

Publications

Alice has written about issues around transparency and patient safety in the private health sector on our website, in February 2020.

 

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