Lorna Hardman > Browne Jacobson LLP > Nottingham, England > Lawyer Profile
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Health, advisory and litigation
Lorna heads the UK clinical negligence practice and is Browne Jacobson’s national lead partner for NHS Resolution, taking responsibility for the quality of all the work we do for this client and the support we provide to it and its member trusts. She has been a Nominated Partner since 2010 and has more than 25 years’ experience of advising NHS and private bodies on healthcare litigation, particularly complex and high value claims, inquests and serious incidents.
She is also client partner for a number of Trusts.
Trained Theodore Goddard; qualified 1993; Capsticks, London (12 years, eight as partner, specialising in clinical negligence, inquests and inquiries); partner Browne Jacobson 2007. Publications include ‘Litigation: A Risk Management Guide for Midwives’ (second edition, in conjunction with the Royal College of Midwives).
The Wakeman School, Shrewsbury; Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge (1990 MA Law 2(1)); College of Law, York.
Walking, music, cooking.
Comprising of a ‘conscientious group of lawyers with a large volume of top quality, complex NHS clinical negligence work’ Browne Jacobson LLP is a market leading defendant practice. Lorna Hardman chairs the national clinical negligence department, and has 25 years’ experience of advising NHS and private bodies on complex and high value claims, inquests and serious incidents. Sarah Erwin-jones is the primary partner for social care claims, while Ian Long has an interest in on wrongful birth and ambulance service cases. Kelly Buckley is another key figure for NHS defendant litigation. Victoria Curran and James Fawcett , head of personal injury group, continue to hold a busy case load in employers’ liability, public liability and claims arising from equality and Human Rights legislation, acting for local authority, government bodies and insurance clients.
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