Nyssa Crorie joined Express Solicitors in December 2016 as an in-house Barrister and consequently offers her support and advice to all departments.
When asked what she likes most about her role at Express, Nyssa responded: “Working as an employed barrister in personal injury litigation is relatively unique. For me it pairs the best of the self-employed bar (the avoidance of routine, the sharpness of thought, the unpredictable courtroom environment) and pairs it with security, a sociable working environment and the ability to really get to grips with cases through proximity to the file handlers.”
Further adding, “I enjoy problem-solving, achieving best possible outcomes, and being the fresh pair of eyes that can often bring a new perspective on a case.”
In respect of personal injury Nyssa has a wide range of experience across all areas but her particular focus at Express has been, in interim hearings in high value multi-track matters, all manner of complex procedural CPR disputes and disputes relating to expert evidence.
Nyssa describes her “conscientious work ethic and personable personality” as the reason why she is the best at her job. Further adding, “I like to think I make a difference by trying to make life easier for fee earners when problems arise, offering a calm and reassuring approach whilst trying to resolve matters to the best possible outcome”.
Before joining Express Solicitors, Nyssa achieved her LLB at Liverpool John Moores University before then going on to complete a Bar Vocational Course at Manchester Metropolitan University. Nyssa later qualified as a Solicitor Advocate in 2014 before then becoming a Barrister in 2015.