Having completed my Graduate Diploma in Law in 2016 and my Legal Practice Course in 2017, I joined Hodge Jones and Allen as a trainee solicitor in the Family department in September 2018. I am currently in my second seat in the Crime department.
Whilst pursuing my degree, I volunteered as a caseworker for the Habeas Corpus Project, a charity that specialised in challenging unlawful immigration detention. I also have experience as a volunteer caseworker at Hackney Community Law Centre where I assisted the lead housing solicitor in providing free legal advice to residents of Hackney and surrounding boroughs.
Prior to joining HJA, I worked as a paralegal for McMillan Williams Solicitors in their Civil Litigation department, with a particular focus on Actions Against the Police.
I am passionate about social welfare law and working to ensure that effective access to justice it is not merely a fiction paid lip service to but that it is available in practice to those who require it most.
- University of Law, Moorgate: Legal Practice Course, Distinction, 2016 – 2017
- University of Law, Moorgate: Graduate Diploma in Law, Commendation, 2015 – 2016
- University of St. Andrews: Joint MA (Hons) Modern History and Philosophy, 2.1, 2009-2013
- Hodge Jones & Allen, Trainee Solicitor, September 2018 – present
- McMillan Williams Solicitors, Paralegal, September 2017 – December 2017
- British Red Cross, Volunteer Young Refugee Caseworker, April 2017 – September 2017
- Hackney Community Law Centre, Volunteer Caseworker, October 2016 – December 2016
- Habeas Corpus Project, Volunteer Caseworker, February 2016 – September 2016
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, cycling and music, having played guitar for a number of years. I also enjoy travel and film photography and particularly enjoy when I can combine the two. I am a member of Young Legal Aid Lawyers and attend meetings regularly.