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Jenny Di Sora is a specialist clinical negligence solicitor at Pryers.

She has a diverse range of experience across different areas of medical law. In addition to running her own cases, she assists others working on high value birth injury and personal injury claims.

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Career

Jenny studied law at the University of Nottingham. After graduating in 2006, she later went on to complete her Legal Practice Course with BPP.

Jenny began her legal career representing people who were in financial difficulty. She then worked for several years on behalf of clinical negligence and catastrophic injury clients, before she qualified as a Solicitor in 2012.

In spring 2013 Jenny was delighted to join Pryers as a specialist clinical negligence solicitor. She now has a varied caseload covering many aspects of medical law.

Awards or commendations

  • Legal Practice Course – Distinction
  • Law BA (Hons)

Memberships

Jenny is a member of Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA) – a charity who support those who have suffered avoidable harm from healthcare.

Personal Life

Originally from Sheffield, Jenny has relocated to York and outside of work enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling, skiing and baking.

Jenny is also a keen fundraiser and has completed many charity events, including trekking the Sahara Desert, the London to Brighton 100km and the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge.

Testimonials

A real gem of a person with the ability to describe simply what my case entailed.

Jenny has been exceptionally  compassionate in her approach to my case and I would without a doubt recommend in the future to anyone who required professional representation.

I found Jenny easy to talk to, and easy to understand in matters I’m not familiar with.

Thank you so much for all you hard work, support and just listening. Through all this process and stress you have made things so much easier and that to me, has made all the difference.

I deal with legal firms on a daily basis and was very impressed by the service that I received, which is a rarity.

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