About Emmy Todd
Emmy joined Hodge Jones & Allen as a paralegal in May 2023 in the Housing & Property department. She assists on a variety of cases including disrepair, homelessness and possession cases.
Prior to joining the firm, Emmy worked in several different roles in advice and support work with refugees and asylum seekers. She worked in Wales as an advocate with unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people, as a caseworker at a charity law firm representing asylum and immigration cases where legal aid could not be accessed, and most recently, she worked with victims of trafficking at the Helen Bamber Foundation in London.
Education & Languages
- GDL, London Metropolitan University, Sep 2022 – present
- OISC Immigration Level 1; Asylum & Protection Level 1
- BA Joint Honours (International) History & Social Policy, University of Leeds, 2012 – 2017