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Lucy Nash

Solicitor

T: 01865 268 685 (DDI)
T: 01865 792 300
E: lucy.nash@roydswithyking.com

Lucy is a solicitor in the Dispute Resolution team, based in our Oxford office.



About Lucy

Lucy graduated with a first class law degree in 2012 before completing her training contract and qualifying with a national law firm. Lucy joined Royds Withy King in 2017 having gained almost three years of invaluable experience across a variety of commercial disputes and litigation (mainly conducted in the High Court) and continues to build on that experience whilst growing her expertise across all areas of commercial dispute resolution.

Practice areas

Lucy works across a range of dispute resolution areas including:

  • commercial and contractual disputes
  • consumer disputes
  • racing and bloodstock disputes
  • director, shareholder and partnership disputes
  • debt recovery
  • fraud
  • professional negligence
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • business protection
  • internal dispute resolution.

Memberships

Lucy is an accredited civil and commercial mediator and is also a member of the Oxford Young Professionals Society.

Interests

Outside of work, Lucy enjoys travelling, open water swimming and skiing.

 

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