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Paisley Laws is a medical negligence Solicitor at Pryers.

Paisley completed work experience at Pryers, whilst studying for her undergraduate Law degree at Sheffield Hallam University.

After graduating in 2015, Paisley initially worked as a trainee costs draftsperson. After this, she moved to a firm of solicitors, where she worked as a Paralegal, specialising in medical negligence claims.

Paisley commenced a Training Contract in 2018 and qualified as a Solicitor in 2020.

She has amassed a wealth of experience in the field of clinical negligence, having worked on a range of complex and high value claims, before and during her Training Contract.

Paisley is pleased to have returned to Pryers as a newly qualified solicitor within the clinical negligence team.

Outside of work, Paisley enjoys open water swimming, reading, walks with her Border Terrier and spending time with family and friends.

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