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I graduated from the University of Westminster, London, with a First Class Law Degree in 2012. I went on to complete the Bar Professional Training Course in Leeds in 2014.

Between 2014 and 2018 I worked as a legal assistant to a senior barrister specialising in personal injury, medical negligence and procedural issues before moving to become a fee earner specialising in personal injury cases.

I joined Pryers in 2019 and have a caseload of both medical and dental negligence claims. I have a particular interest in delayed diagnosis claims, claims arising out of cancer treatment and fatal claims having assisted in producing a book on fatal accidents.

In our spare time my husband and I enjoy travelling, skiing and bringing derelict properties back to life.

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