Jonathan Gray graduated from Nottingham Law School in 2009 with a law degree. He went on to study the Legal Practice Course at The College of Law in York.
Jonathan still has a passion for legal training and now provides training on areas which he is knowledgeable in. He has prepared and delivered training on the following subjects:
- Clinical negligence law
- Dental negligence claims
- Service of court documents
- Consent cases/fatal cases
He has also contributed to a leading textbook on civil procedure, which earned him a mention in the preface of the book.
Before working at Pryers Jonathan worked for for HM Courts and Tribunals Service, in a busy County Court and District Registry of the High Court. This offered him a unique view on the workings of courts and the court rules. He also did some training there too, on issuing claims, Part 20 claims, and European Procedures under CPR Part 78.
Jonathan joined the medical negligence team at Pryers in July 2012. He went on to qualify as a solicitor in October 2015, after completing his training contract at Pryers.
Areas of Expertise
Jonathan has extensive experience investigating and pursuing all kinds of medical negligence claims.
He has a particular interest in dental negligence and Oral and Maxillofacial claims, so therefore likes to keep up-to-date with developments in dentistry, such as dental procedures, new treatments and regulation of dentists.
In his time at Pryers, Jonathan has also worked on claims involving personal injury and serious road traffic accidents. In addition to this, he has represented clients in claims for professional negligence, against other firms of solicitors.
Away from work, Jonathan likes running, walking in the countryside and spending time with friends and family.
Jonathan wrote an article for Pryers detailing the changes to the Civil Procedures Rules in October 2020.