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I joined Pryers in July 2010 as a Paralegal, and qualified as a solicitor in November 2012, becoming a Senior Solicitor in September 2016.

I live in York with my husband and son(s). We love spending time outdoors on the weekend exploring the beautiful countryside that surrounds us, and really enjoy cooking and baking together.

Having specialised in Clinical Negligence for the entirely of my legal career I have handled almost every specialism, but my main experience and knowledge lies within obstetric and neonatal injuries and the subsequent needs of both mother and baby following the injury. I have built close working relationships with clients over the years and enjoy getting to know my clients and their families.

I am proud to be listed in the Chambers and Partners Guide as an Associate to Watch as a result of nominations from previous clients, experts and Counsel.


Friendly and helpful team, great communication and sensitive and understanding to personal issues.

Thank you Amy for your excellent work. You made my horrible and upsetting case easier to deal with due to your help, friendliness, communication and also hard work. I appreciate it.

Your give a first class service all the way through from beginning to end. Thank you.

Very professional, helpful, giving the right information and advice at the right time.

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