I graduated from Sunderland University in 2017 with a Foundation Law Degree. This inspired me to continue my studies and in July 2019 I graduated from Teesside University with a LLB (Hons) Law Degree.
During my studies I volunteered for several organisation such as Citizens Advice Service working within the Teesside Combined Courts and Fountain Chambers gaining legal experience along the way.
In March 2019 I joined Watson Woodhouse Solicitors as volunteer within the civil department. Towards the end period of my volunteering, I was approached by a director of firm who asked if I would like to join the firm in the civil department after graduating. Just three days after my final exam, my legal career began.
Since joining the firm I have progressed into independent fee earning primarily in the area of actions against public authorities. I currently provide personal legal advice to individuals on a range of matters including complaints against public authorities for unlawful detention, assault, breach of standard of behaviour and general misconduct within Police Forces.
I also deal with road traffic, public liability and criminal injuries compensation claims.
I am a very friendly, approachable individual who tailors each individuals experience to ensure each client feels happy, fully informed and comfortable.
In September 2020 I will move onto the next stage of my career, undertaking my Legal Practice Course at Northumbria University.