Book a call
Consultant Legal Counsel

Nick Pritchett

Nick Pritchett
+44 (0)7894 869782

Nick is a trusted and pragmatic adviser who draws on his significant in-house experience to guide clients and problem-solve complex legal situations. Focusing on employment law and HR-related matters, he readily adapts to changing circumstances to support clients across a diverse mix of industries. 

Nick excels in providing legal services that deliver an ROI, working in partnership with businesses and enabling executive teams to lead on commercial risk decisions, people strategy and day-to-day legal issues. Nick also designs and implements commercially focussed legal training initiatives.


Useful to know:

When Nick isn’t working, you’ll find him being a dad, surfing, coaching rugby or on stage singing and playing guitar.

Worked with:

Nick was Head of Legal at IKEA and in-house Legal Counsel at Dyson and Just Eat. He’s also worked with Sofar Sounds, Depop, The Modern Milkman, Solo Protect, Touchnote, EmergeOne,, Pack’d and Lyvly. He worked for law firms Shoosmiths and Burges Salmon.

What Nick's clients say:

I’d highly recommend Nick: he has the ability to translate legal complexity in to everyday language whilst being pragmatic & commercially astute. His case management is second to none & his expertise & support was invaluable in managing senior stakeholders. Above all though he is personable, has high integrity & is great to work with.

UK and EU HR Director - Dyson Group

Nick is completely invested in Lyvly's vision and his work is highly commercial, timely and accurate. We greatly appreciate LegalEdge and Nick's flexible and adaptable approach: put simply, it allows us to benefit from top notch legal advice without the overheads of doing so. We cannot recommend Nick or LegalEdge more highly for any start up business.

Chief Experience Officer - Lyvly

Nick produced a robust document that ticks all of the boxes we require, and was a delight to work with. Our team are seasoned negotiators, and it speaks volumes that they didn’t have a single question or edit.

What do our clients think?