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I graduated from Leeds Beckett University with a 2:1 in Law with Criminology. I returned to Leeds Beckett and completed the Legal Practice Course.

I began working at Pryers as a Paralegal on the New Enquiries Team in 2015 and began a Training Contract in 2017.  I qualified as a Solicitor in November 2018.

I currently work on a varied case load of clinical negligence matters and also some product liability claims.

Outside of work I volunteer with the York Youth Offending Team.

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Great handling of the case by Nick. Good communication + very professional.

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