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Cenric Clement-Evans

Cenric Clement-Evans is a solicitor at NewLaw Cardiff specialising in workplace injury claims (including asbestos related injuries). He is a fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).

Cenric is the secretary of the National Assembly for Wales, Cross Party Group on Asbestos which is chaired by Dawn Bowden AM. http://senedd.assembly.wales/mgOutsideBodyDetails.aspx?ID=442

He is the spokesperson for the Right to Know: Asbestos in Schools Campaign Wales as well as being a member of the Asbestos in Schools Group Committee and an observer member of the Joint Union Asbestos Committee for whom he tweets @theJUAC.

Cenric’s Right to Know Asbestos in Schools Petition has now been considered by Petitions Committee at the National Assembly on approximately 20 occasions! http://senedd.assembly.wales/mgIssueHistoryHome.aspx?IId=8437&Opt=0

He is named in the Chambers guide to the UK legal profession and is a recommended lawyer in the Legal 500.

Cenric, a Welsh speaker born in Liverpool in 1962, is a graduate of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth.  He lives in Cardiff and is married to Louise with two sons, Tomos Cian and Osian Hedd. He is a devotee of the ‘School of Science.’  He was a football coach for the Maindy Corries Football Club until his son came of age in 2016! He is a member of Unite.

He tweets in English and Welsh as @cenricce