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 Law.
In 2014 I undertook an internship in Texas, working on capital punishment cases. After completing the Legal Practice Course in 2015, I joined Reprieve as a Researcher, focusing on the use of the death penalty in the US, Middle East and South East Asia as well as the effectiveness of European intervention in the fight for global abolition of the death penalty.
I joined Hodge Jones & Allen in September 2016 as a Trainee Solicitor.