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About Diane

Diane Winship is a hardworking legal secretary at The Law Office of Conrad Curry, where she supports the medical negligence team in all aspects of secretarial work.

Diane has had 45 years experience in the legal industry, the last 16 of those working in medical negligence with many high profile Lawyers in Newcastle.

She is very passionate about medical negligence litigation and is totally committed to working with clients in a friendly and efficient manner, including a ‘no frills’ explanation to assist clients with any questions in relation to their matter.

In her downtime, Diane enjoys the theatre, movies and cryptic crosswords.  She loves to be active and is currently re-learning to ride a bicycle.

Diane Winship

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