Mrs Nicola McNeely > Harrison Clark Rickerbys > Cardiff, Wales > Lawyer Profile

Harrison Clark Rickerbys
4th Floor, Suita 4a, Hodge House
114 – 116 St. Mary Street
CF10 1DY
Wales

Work Department

Commercial

Position

Partner and Head of Technology Sector

Career

1998-2000 – Trainee Solicitor – Palser Grossman

2000 – 2004 – Associate Solicitor – Capital Law

2005 – 2019 – Partner – Capital Law

2013 – 2018 – Secondment to The Royal Mint

2019 – date – Partner and Head of Technology Sector, HCR Law

2014 – date – Non-Executive Director at Business in Focus (www.businessinfocus.co.uk)

Mentor on the Mentoring Scheme for Female, Trans and Non-Binary Identifying Learners – Coleg y Cymoedd – 2018 – date https://www.cymoedd.ac.uk/en/students/essential-info/whilst-here/mentoring-scheme-for-female-trans-and-non-binary-identifying-learners/meet-the-mentors/

Languages

English; French; Spanish

Education

LPC – Cardiff University – 1997-1998 – Distinction

2:1 LLB (Hons) European Law and Languages (French and Spanish) – joint honours UWE, Bristol – 1993-1997

Diplôme de Droit Français – Angers University, France – 1995-1996

Lawyer Rankings

Wales > TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > Intellectual property

(Leading individuals)

Nicola McNeely – Harrison Clark Rickerbys

Now headed by David Beynon, following his arrival from Geldards LLP in September 2021, Harrison Clark Rickerbys continues to enhance its visibility in the market, particularly for transactional/commercial IP matters. Beynon, who  is well-versed at advising healthcare/life sciences and tech-focused clients on the exploitation/commercialisation of their IPR, joins Nicola McNeely, who dispenses ‘practical and commercially sensible solutions’ to clients, including on cutting-edge IP matters relating to blockchain and digital assets.

Wales > TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > IT and telecoms

(Leading individuals)

Nicola McNeely – Harrison Clark Rickerbys

Headed by Nicola McNeely and strengthened by the arrival of David Beynon from Geldards LLP in September 2021, Harrison Clark Rickerbys continues to gain market penetration since the establishment of its Cardiff office in 2020. Although the team does handle its fair share of IT/tech-related commercial contracts work (including advice on outsourcing agreements and software development), it has, however, undoubtedly gained most acclaim as a result of McNeely’s market leading reputation advising on blockchain and NFT matters.