Alice has spent her legal career to date advising in relation to insurance coverage and representing insurers and their insureds in relation to regulatory matters and claims (both pre-action and during litigation). She has experience of defending claims, complaints and disciplinary proceedings brought against legal, construction, medical and financial professionals within the professional indemnity sector, and also D&O claims. Alice’s medical negligence experience has centred on defending individual medical union members in litigation and at the GMC/GDC.
Letters and membership
- Solicitor of the Senior Courts and Member of the Law Society of England & Wales
- Member of the British Insurance Law Association (BILA)
- Certificate in Insurance (CertCII) (2013), Chartered Insurance Institute
- PgDL (2009), LPC (2010) and PSC (2015), BPP Law School
- BA (Hons) Theology (2008), University of Exeter
- Reynolds Colman Bradley LLP, Solicitor – December 2016 to date
- Reynolds Colman Bradley LLP, Paralegal, Trainee Solicitor – January 2014 to December 2016
- DWF LLP (previously Fishburns LLP), Paralegal, Claims Handler – March 2011 to January 2014
- Assisting on a medical negligence claim for a delayed diagnosis of ovarian cancer where there was a dispute as to whether this had made any difference to prognosis.
- Defending a firm of solicitors in relation to the alleged under-settlement of a personal injury claim following a motorcycle RTA.
- Defending a firm of estate agents in relation to a claim from a client whose property had been damaged by tenants using fake identities and carrying out illegal activities at the property.
- Defending an electrical installation company following receipt of a claim for the alleged poor workmanship and electrical design on a barn renovation/conversion.
- Defending a property search company in relation to an allegation that its search results inaccurately displayed the location of a public right of way.
- Conducting coverage investigations in relation to an allegation from the Assigned Risks Pool that a firm of solicitors was a Successor Practice owing to its having employed a former Sole Practitioner.
- Classical music & singing
- English literature