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Nicola Twine

Called Called in 1999



About Nicola Twine

Nicola joined Parklane Plowden in 2007 from Park Court Chambers (Leeds), where she specialised in both Personal Injury and in Employment Law – which she continues to do, finding the Employment work complements her PI practice well.

Personal Details

Education: LLB (Hons), University of Exeter
Professional Associations: Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA); Employment Law Bar Association; Employment Lawyers Association; Bar Pro Bono Unit; AvMA
Appointments: Equality and Diversity Officer for the North Eastern Circuit

Specialist Practice Areas


Recommended in The Legal 500 as: "painstaking and approachable", a "thorough junior who works well with clients'," who "continues to build a good practice early in her call'", and for whom her "employment practice sits well with her work related injury practice." (2010/11) and to have "handled discrimination law cases as well as mainstream matters" (2009/10).


Nicola's most recent article- Foxcroft v (1) Flaherty and (2) Tesco Underwriting Ltd, Bradford County Court, 27th June 2016. Please follow the link below to read the full article: 


Nicola has presented seminars on a variety of topics, both in-house at law firms, Local Authorities, and for other organisations. Topics include:

  • Highway cases
  • Personal Injury Updates
  • Disease Protocol
  • Work Related Upper Limb Disorders
  • Discrimination update
  • Harassment in Employment Tribunals
  • Procedure in Employment Tribunals
  • Employment updates and key developments
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