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Emily Standring graduated from Keele University in 2018 with an LLB Law Degree.

She is currently studying her LLM LPC at the University of Law on a part-time evening basis and will graduate in 2021.


Emily joined Pryers in August 2018. After working initially as a paralegal in the Cavity Wall Insulation claims department for over a year, she is now a paralegal on the medical negligence team.

Her role involves assisting senior lawyers in a variety of ways, to help their clients get the compensation they deserve.

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In her spare time, she enjoys a variety of hobbies such as baking, reading, playing guitar and writing poetry.

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