Associate Solicitor - Personal Injury Team
Holly Edwards is a member of the Personal Injury Team and works on a variety of cases acting for Claimants who have suffered serious multiple injuries such as brain injuries, spinal injuries and amputees. She assists Neil Lorimer as part of his team. Holly was promoted to associate solicitor in September 2020.
Holly graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2012 and completed the LPC at College of Law in April 2014. She joined the firm as a paralegal in September 2014 and commenced her training contract with the firm in September 2015. She qualified in April 2017.
Throughout her time in the Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury and Court of Protection Departments at Lanyon Bowdler, Holly has gained significant experience working with clients suffering from brain injuries and local organisations that provide support and assistance to these clients.
Holly leads a project called Debate-Ed, which is a programme designed to train sixth form students to deliver engaging and fun debating workshops for secondary school students in Shrewsbury. Debate-Ed will teach the children the ability to form, explain and express considered opinions through fun activities, lively discussions and formal debates.
In 2016 Holly was awarded a Mayor's Award for her contribution to the town of Shrewsbury through her Debate-Ed project. Debate-Ed was also recognised with Awards in 2016, 2017 and 2018.