I studied for my degree at Lancaster Uni in politics with a year undertaken in the United States.
I worked in the House of Commons, Westminster before making the transition to law, and I am currently studying the Graduate Diploma of Law at BPP Leeds.
I am also a Police Station Rep – working with clients at the earliest stages of their cases; in the police station, protecting their interests whilst under arrest. What is said – or not said- at the police station is often one of the most critical parts of any case and I work to ensure my client’s legal rights are protected at all times, giving their case the best possible start from the outset.
I work in the Crown Court department litigating Crown Court cases i.e helping clients whose cases have been sent to the Crown Court.
I am experienced in dealing with all manner of cases and offences, working with a range of barristers and outside experts to secure the best possible outcomes for my clients. I am currently involved with a number of females accused of murder, but who all in some form of another come from settings of domestic violence, representing their best interests and supporting them through what is an often very lengthy and difficult process.