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I attended the University of Birmingham between 2010 and 2014, during which time I got a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Theology, and a master’s degree in Philosophy and Ethics. Following this, I obtained a Graduate Diploma in Law at BPP University in Leeds, and went on to complete the Legal Practice Course there too.

My first role in clinical negligence was in a Defendant firm in Harrogate, where I was a paralegal and managed my own fixed-costs caseload. Having experience working in both Claimant and Defendant clinical negligence firms has assisted in building my experience in the area.

I have been a paralegal at Pryers since January 2018. I continue to manage my own caseload, as well as assisting the solicitors on my team on their files.

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