I specialise in Criminal and Family Law.
I began my journey into law by studying Criminology at Teesside University which led me into volunteering with the National Probation Service, namely with drug and alcohol users, who I would work closely with and refer to the relevant services or programmes. It was as a result of networking with various services and professionals, that I decided it was the law I wanted to pursue a career in.
I began working as a junior in another law firm and as a result of my full term employment, I started to doubt whether I had the time or funds to go back to university to study law. After some further research, I found the CILEx route which was more flexible and suited to myself and my circumstances. I am now an Graduate Member of CILEx and ultimately aim to become a Fellow, following which, I would like to obtain my higher rights.
I have now practised family and criminal law both of which I find extremely interesting and enjoyable. I also represent client’s at the police station for various offences ranging from driving whilst under the influence through to sexual assault and more serious offences such as GBH.
Since I began my employment with Watson Woodhouse I also represent military personnel when having interviews with military police.
- BSc (Hons) Criminology
- Graduate Member of Chartered Institution of Legal Executive