I am originally from the West Midlands, growing up in and around Birmingham before moving to London in 2014 to further my career as a criminal defence solicitor.
After obtaining my LLB Law degree and later graduating from the College of Law with a BVC, I was called to the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple. Soon after, I transferred to become a solicitor, fulfilling my lifelong ambition to represent marginalised members of society as an ambassador for justice.
I have ten years’ experience within the Criminal Justice System, ranging from acting as a panel member on the Youth Offenders Board, to working on high profile cases in the Crown Court.
During this time, I have gained a vast array of practical skills that have enabled me to become an exceptional strategist with a leading reputation among colleagues and clients.
I have also undergone extensive Advocacy training including LAMDA and RADA courses, mooting and debating. This experience has given me the requisite skills to be able to handle any courtroom situation, which my track record of successful cases will attest to.
My case history includes match fixing cases, fraud, cybercrime, insider dealing and robbery, among many others.
I take pride in my adaptability, non-judgemental approach and natural intuition with all my cases, which often cover some of the most complex areas of crime.
Where others only see problems, I find solutions.
Horace Rumpole: Mitigate? “My Lord, my client only went in to buy a seven-penny stamp. But as he was kept waiting by ten old ladies with pension books, he lost his patience and blew the safe.”
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