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Emma-Jayne Rudland

Posted on 21st December 2016

I joined Hodge Jones & Allen in August 2016 as a paralegal in the civil liberties department under the supervision of Claire Brigham and Jocelyn Cockburn. I work on a variety of cases including: actions against the police and other authorities including civil actions for assault, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution, breaches of human rights…

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Ruth Waters

Posted on 21st December 2016

I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2009 with a 2:1 degree in English Literature. I then went on to work for the Red Cross for four years, in Germany and London, working on a range of projects with ex-offenders, migrants and vulnerable young people. During this time, I completed the Graduate Diploma in…

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Christina Ashibogu

Posted on 21st December 2016

I became a paralegal at Hodge Jones & Allen in August 2016 in the Civil Liberties department. Education University of Kent, Canterbury: Law LLB (Hons); 2:1 (2011-2014) The University of Law, London: Legal Practice Course with Masters of Law (Present) Career Paralegal at Public Interest Lawyers, London (2014 – 2016) Legal Clerk at Deighton Pierce…

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Nancy Collins

Posted on 15th August 2016

I represent people who seek to hold to account those acting on behalf of the state. I have particular expertise in representing people whose loved ones have died in state care or detention, those who suffer injustice in prison and individuals with learning disabilities who are caught up in the criminal justice system. My caseload…

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Sarah Flanagan

Posted on 3rd August 2016

I joined Hodge Jones & Allen in April 2016 after working on the Hillsborough inquests for over 2 years. Currently my main area of practice is in claims against the police and other public authorities, including civil actions for assault, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, discrimination and breach of the Human Rights. I am particularly interested in…

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