I joined Hodge Jones & Allen as a Trainee Solicitor in September 2018. I am spending my first six months in the Personal Injury Department, assisting Peter Todd, Partner.
I am working on a range of civil litigation claims including a major multi-party action relating to Pandemrix® vaccine where the Claimants all have narcolepsy, and a product liability claim relating to injury and loss caused by defective intraocular lenses. I am also assisting with clinical negligence cases and judicial reviews.
Prior to joining Hodge Jones & Allen I had experience in civil litigation, criminal justice and human rights law.
I worked as a Paralegal for 18 months in the Personal Injury Department at Leigh Day, where I assisted with high-value brain and spinal injury cases. I also assisted with the group claim against Corin Cormet regarding defective metal on metal hip devices.
Between January and September of 2018 I was a Legal Fellow at International Justice Mission, the world’s largest anti-slavery charity, at their Field Office in Manila, the Philippines. I assisted with the criminal prosecution of the perpetrators of cybersex trafficking of children, and provided legal assistance during rescue operations of child trafficking victims.
In 2015 I spent six months as an intern at the human rights charity Reprieve, where I worked on a resentencing project based in Malawi involving prisoners who had previously been facing the death penalty. I have also volunteered with the Uganda Christian Lawyers’ Fraternity, working on cases of unlawful detention, and I have campaigned about the importance of human rights law in the U.K by writing for RightsInfo, an award-winning human rights website founded by barrister Adam Wagner of Doughty Street.
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