At St Helens Law our Board of Directors oversees the delivery of our high quality, client-focused legal services. With experienced and dedicated staff at all levels, our success in achieving our mission is demonstrated by the high number of clients who return to us again and again.

Howard Nulty

With over 25 years experience in acting for local people in a variety of claims, Howard was previously a partner in another local firm, before founding the partnership of Nulty Moffitt & Co in 2001 with Barbara Moffitt. The firm rapidly expanded from two partners and four staff to become St Helens Law Ltd in May 2006. There are now four directors and over twenty-five staff handling personal injury claims, litigation, conveyancing and probate matters.

Howard has a broad wealth of experience in many aspects of personal injury law and has a particular interest in Professional Negligence claims and Inquest Law. He is a member of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel and also a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. Howard has also taught law to ILEX and A-level students.

As well as being the President of the Prescot Rotary Club in 2012/2013 raising money for both local and worldwide charities, Howard is also the 2012 Chapter Director of BNI Bravo, a worldwide business networking group that provide referrals.


Barbara Moffitt

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Kate Baldry

Kate has worked in Law, alongside fellow Directors Howard and Deborah, for over 25 years. After taking a 3 year break to attend University of Hertfordshire, she graduated with a Joint Honours degree in Human Resources and European Business. Kate then rejoined her colleagues and studied for CPE (law conversion with College of Law) and LPC (Liverpool John Moores) whilst working at the same time.

After qualifying as a solicitor in 2002 Kate first worked for a large Liverpool firm, then rejoined Howard, Deborah and Barbara at St Helens Law before joining the Board of Directors in 2005.

Since 2004 Kate has also been Honorary Solicitor for the St Helens Branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.


Deborah Murphy

Deborah has worked in the legal profession since 1985, when she began her career at a local firm with Howard Nulty.

Deborah completed the Legal Practice Course at Liverpool John Moores University in 2002, having graduated with Distinction and was awarded the Law Society Prize for Merseyside region for the year 2002. She then went on to teach Civil Litigation on the very same course.

Over the years, Deborah has worked in Personal Injury, Matrimonial, Conveyancing and Criminal departments and is the Supervisor of the Personal Injury Department. Deborah practices Personal Injury law, including Road Traffic Accidents. She has also worked on contract disputes, employment law disputes, debt matters and private landlord tenancy evictions.