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

Education

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.

Career

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.

 

 

 

 

 

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

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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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