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Joanna Mason

Paralegal (ACILEx)

T: 01865 268 626 (DDI)
T: 01865 792 300

If you are having difficulty getting in touch with your contact then you can email or call 0800 923 2073

Joanna is a Paralegal (ACILEx) in the Clinical Negligence Team. She is currently studying towards becoming a Chartered Legal Executive and is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).

A huge thank you to Joanna Mason for her work on my case for bringing a successful outcome. My case was handled smoothly all the way throughout in a very professional manner and I was always updated. My case settled before I thought it would and I am now happy with the settlement. Once again many thanks to Joanna Mason and also the rest of the people that worked on my case. I would highly recommend Royds Withy King to others for their excellent service.
Client of Royds Withy King

Joanna joined Royds Withy King in April 2014. Joanna advises and represents individuals who have been injured in the course of their medical treatment. She has experience in a wide and varied range of cases, including; representing individuals who have suffered relatively minor orthopaedic injuries to those who have suffered serious, life threatening injuries.

In addition to managing her own case load Joanna also works closely with other fee earners in the clinical negligence department in Oxford on a number complex cases involving injuries of maximum severity such as:


  • Chartered Institute of Legal Executives;
  • Oxford Young Professionals Society.
  • Oxford Medico-Legal Society


In her spare time Joanna enjoys walking, horse riding and photography.

I enjoy working in medical negligence because it involves understanding medicine and the law at the same time and take huge pride in assisting each of my clients and I look to achieve the best possible outcome for them in each of their cases. I feel privileged to spend my working time combining law and medicine to help those injured and their families get their lives back after a medical accident.

Joanna Mason

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