I am a solicitor in the Dispute Resolution & Litigation team at Bates Wells. I advise both for-profit and not-for-profit clients on a range of contentious matters.

As well as advisory work, I have extensive litigation experience, and have experience in public law and judicial review proceedings.

Prior to training to become a solicitor I volunteered as a legal intern at the Projects Abroad Human Rights Office in Cape Town, South Africa. This involved providing legal advice and representation to people unable to afford legal help on a range of matters, including immigration. I also volunteered as a Victim Support Worker for the charity Victim Support.

  • I have acted in numerous judicial review cases against public bodies.
  • I was part of the legal team that brought a challenge against the Secretary of State for the Home Department for unlawfully detaining vulnerable clients.

Qualifications and career

  • University of Warwick, BA (Hons) History, 2012
  • The University of Law, London, Graduate Diploma in Law, 2013
  • The University of Law, London, Bar Professional Training Course, 2015
  • Called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, 2016
  • The University of Law, London, Legal Practitioner Course (Distinction), 2017
  • Trainee Solicitor at Wilson Solicitors, 2017 – 2019
  • Admitted as a solicitor, 2019
  • Joined Bates Wells (Dispute Resolution & Litigation), 2019

Pro bono, memberships, and appointments

  • London Solicitors Litigation Association (LSLA)
  • Charity Law Association (CLA)