Kelly Reynolds.

Trainee Solicitor.

Profile / Experience

Profile / Experience

Kelly studied at the University of Wolverhampton gaining her LLB in 2019 and LPC in 2020, and completed the Master of Laws in 2021.

Kelly joined Lanyon Bowdler in March 2021 and has gained extensive experience, including her first seat, in the Family Department focusing on all aspects of family law. Kelly’s second seat of her training contract was in the Private Client Department where she assisted solicitors with their matters dealing with wills, estates and probate matters. Kelly is now in her third seat with the Clinical Negligence Team.

Outside of work, Kelly enjoys spending time with her family and friends, also exploring new places for walks/hikes. Originally from Wolverhampton she is taking full advantage of being in Shropshire which is closer to more rural areas of the country.

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Blog

Sailing with the Wind of Change: AvMA’s Five Year Strategy to Champion Patient Safety and Justice

AvMA's five year strategy aims to transform trust in healthcare providers and improve the lives of people who have ...
Bryn Auger • 10 May 2024
Blog

National Learning Report Released Today Highlights Persistent Failures in Maternity Care

The Maternity and Newborn Safety Investigations (MNSI) has today released a national learning report that highlight...
Laura Weir • 08 May 2024
Blog

Introducing ‘Martha’s Rule’ – a Step in the Right Direction for Patient Safety.

As of April 2024, hospitals throughout England will be offered funding in order to implement ‘Martha’s Rule’ which ...
Emma Farrington • 22 Apr 2024
Blog

Being a Trainee in the Private Client Department

Lanyon Bowdler offer four to six training contracts each year and welcome candidates from all avenues, whether they...
Kelly Reynolds • 18 Apr 2024
Blog

Trust Your Gut – Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2024

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, and is a great opportunity to raise awareness of the warning signs of bowel ...
Ola Muras • 02 Apr 2024
Lanyon Bowdler in the Media
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Inspirational Brain Injury Conference a Major Success

An event in Shrewsbury to celebrate inspirational people who battled back from life-changing brain injuries has been dec...
Lanyon Bowdler Featured on the Shropshire Live Website • 21 Mar 2024
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A Voice for Hidden Disabilities – Lucy Small and Special Guest Anna Redding

Anna was starved of oxygen at birth, and in this episode she chats with clinical negligence solicitor, Lucy Small about ...
Published • 21 Mar 2024
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Costs in Clinical Negligence Claims – Alicia Johns and Emma Farrington

Lanyon Bowdler will continue to help those affected by medical negligence seek justice....
Published • 21 Mar 2024
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Hydrotherapy at Home: Damages, Evidence & A Stag Do In Budapest! – Sophie Bridges and Martin Hood

Solicitors Sophie Bridges and Martin Hood talk about hydrotherapy for patients with spinal cord, brain or orthopaedic in...
Published • 21 Mar 2024
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Maternity: Call for a Four-Nation Inquiry – Laura Weir and Kayleigh Griffiths MBE

During this episode Laura Weir is joined by Kayleigh Griffiths to discuss the need for safer maternity care in the UK....
Published • 20 Mar 2024
Blog

Beware the Risks of Associate Physicians in the NHS

While the majority of healthcare professionals in the NHS are highly skilled and dedicated, there is growing concer...
Adam Hodson • 15 Mar 2024
Blog

Interim Payments of Damages

One of the features of clinical negligence cases is the almost unavoidable amount of time they take to resolve, ver...
Martin Hood • 12 Mar 2024
Case Study
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Multi Million Pound Settlement following Avoidable Birth Injury

In August 2020 Lanyon Bowdler obtained a lump sum in damages and periodical payments for life to cover care and case man...
Beth Heath • 26 Feb 2024
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Is My Will Watertight?

The short answer is no. However, there are a range of options available in order to mitigate the risk of family mem...
Kelly Reynolds • 14 Feb 2024
Our people

Meet the team.

Beth Heath
Beth Heath
Partner
Medical Negligence
Emma Broomfield
Emma Broomfield
Partner
Medical Negligence
Laura Weir
Laura Weir
Partner
Medical Negligence
Lucy Small
Lucy Small
Partner
Medical Negligence
Isabella Drummond
Isabella Drummond
Paralegal Apprentice
Personal Injury | Medical Negligence
Bryn Auger
Bryn Auger
Legal Support Assistant
Medical Negligence
Rebecca Asquith
Rebecca Asquith
Legal Support Assistant
Medical Negligence
Martin Hood
Martin Hood
Solicitor
Medical Negligence
Ola Muras
Ola Muras
Legal Support Assistant
Medical Negligence
Emma Farrington
Emma Farrington
Solicitor
Medical Negligence
Natasha Gibbons
Natasha Gibbons
Associate Solicitor
Medical Negligence
Georgia Bennett
Georgia Bennett
Legal Support Assistant
Medical Negligence
Amy Bills
Amy Bills
Solicitor
Medical Negligence
Sophie Bridges
Sophie Bridges
Solicitor
Medical Negligence
Nicole Smith
Nicole Smith
Legal Support Assistant
Medical Negligence
Cassie Stocker
Cassie Stocker
Legal Support Assistant
Medical Negligence
Sarah Martin
Sarah Martin
Costs Draftsman
Medical Negligence | Personal Injury
Andrew Morris
Andrew Morris
Trainee Costs Draftsman
Medical Negligence | Personal Injury
Adam Hodson
Adam Hodson
Associate Solicitor
Medical Negligence
David Hughes
David Hughes
Costs Manager
Medical Negligence | Personal Injury
Kate Ivey
Kate Ivey
Legal Assistant (ACILEX)
Medical Negligence
Alicia Johns
Alicia Johns
Chartered Legal Executive
Medical Negligence
Kay Kelly
Kay Kelly
Consultant
Medical Negligence
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