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We are pleased to welcome Nick Bradley to our team. He joins us as a solicitor, having trained at a shipping and commercial litigation boutique in London and worked for another specialist shipping firm as an associate. He has experience handling a wide variety of cases including numerous contractual disputes and casualties. He is also well versed in procedural law and has been involved in many cases that have ended up in the Commercial Court and/or in arbitration. One of Nick’s strengths is his advocacy skills.  He has appeared a number of times in Court and is a fully qualified Solicitor-Advocate, having obtained his Higher Rights of Audience in April 2017.

Prior to commencing his legal career, Nick obtained his Masters in Modern History from Durham University.

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