I have wide-ranging experience of public and regulatory law. I have worked with a diverse range of clients including public and private sector bodies, charities and individuals.
I regularly advise on complying with statutory obligations, decision making and challenges (including judicial review and public procurement claims) and drafting and following sound policies and procedures.
I have a particular interest in equality law, constitutional law, health and social care, public procurement, public inquiries and inquests, charities and education. I also have knowledge of data protection and freedom of information law. I am a qualified Solicitor-Advocate (Higher Courts, Civil Proceedings).
When I’m not working for Bates Wells, I am completing a PhD at Queen Mary, University of London, considering whether equality protections have constitutional status in the UK. She is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.