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Nick Tunnicliffe is a Solicitor at Pryers. He specialises in medical negligence and product liability claims.

In 2014 Nick graduated from Leeds Beckett University with a 2:1 in Law with Criminology. He returned to Leeds Beckett University in 2014 to complete the Legal Practice Course, which he completed in 2016.

Nick began working at Pryers as a Paralegal on the New Enquiries Team in 2015. He went on to start his Training Contract in 2017 and qualified as a Solicitor in November 2018.

He currently works on a diverse range clinical negligence claims, as well as some product liability claims.

Outside of work he volunteers with the York Youth Offending Team.







I would like to thank for your time and assistance in evaluating my enquiry. Thank you for your advise and professional approach in this matter.

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

Professional and courteous and always available if advice was needed.

Despite the current virus situation the service I have received has been all of the above and more. Very helpful, pleasant and clear. Thank you for the service.

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